OHS Canada Magazine

HACCP International Certifies Antimicrobial Technology

March 27, 2012

Health & Safety

Waterford, Ontario (March 26, 2012) – Antimicrobial specialists BioCote® Ltd. has become the first technology company of its kind to be officially recognized by HACCP International for its benefits within the food industry.

BioCote® protected dispensers are available exclusively from Deb.To reduce the risk of surface contamination and the associated risk of infection, BioCote® silver ion technology has been incorporated into all Deb manual and Touch Free dispensers to create a hygienic solution – a permanent protection against superbugs such as MRSA, E.Coli and other microorganisms in the Food Processing Industry.


A dispenser’s surface may look clean, but bacteria, germs and fungi can grow even in-between cleanings. BioCote® is a silver-based antimicrobial agent incorporated into dispenser components at the time of manufacture reduces surface bacteria by up to 99.99% within a twenty-four hour period. BioCote® is long lasting and maintains its antimicrobial performance over the life of the dispenser and will not wear or wash off.


The HACCP International mark is particularly aimed at those products that are required to be “food safe” compliant, or HACCP approved in order to meet the food safety demands of quality conscious customers.


To read more on BioCote® antimicrobial technology: http://beta.debgroup.com/ca/technology-zone/biocote


About Deb Canada:

Deb Canada is a division of Deb Canadian Hygiene Inc. and member of Deb Group Ltd; the world’s leading away from home skin care system company. We provide dedicated skin care programs for organizations that value their employee and customer well being. Deb programs are based on the Deb Skin Care System, which is comprised of a complementary range of skin care products and support activities to help implement and maintain effective hand hygiene.



Patrick Boshell, Marketing Manager

Deb Canada

Tel: 1-519-443-8697

Email: patrick.boshell@debcanada.com





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