Posted 25 July 2014 - 11:14 AM
First off - beautiful document - great reference tables
Dear Mike Green,
Useful document, thanks.
The inclusion of both sanitization and disinfection seems illogical. Maybe a Canadian feature.
Rgds / Charles.C
I've never met an illogical Canadian (-well maybe one or two!)
I noticed that they appeared seperately in the definitions-but on closer inspection,- are used almost interchageably in the text-so I'll give them the benefit of the doubt that they are trying to appease a varied international audience!
Ah. I once had an employee that was adamant he could not use sanitizer to disinfect and vice versa, and was constantly asking me which chemical was disinfectant and which was sanitizer. I could never figure out what standard or definition he was talking about (it was something he had learned from a past manager). Maybe he picked it up from one of the illogical Canadians - they're bound to move south to the states sooner or later :)
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