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INEOS Hygienics Official Hand Sanitiser Supplier of Tottenham Hotspur

INEOS Hygienics Official Hand Sanitiser Supplier of Tottenham Hotspur
16 December 2020
 

INEOS Hygienics’ Swiss-engineered touchless hand sanitiser dispensers are being used throughout Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The global healthcare brand is delivering hospital-grade sanitiser to Spurs’ players, staff and fans, in order to maintain good hand hygiene and reduce the spread of viruses and bacteria.
 
The touchless dispensers have been designed to blend in with all environments and efficiently dispense hospital-grade sanitiser. The dispensers will be used in the player dressing rooms, hospitality areas at the club’s stadium, as well as its Enfield Training Centre and across the club’s executive offices.

INEOS Hygienics is also supplying personal hand sanitiser to players across the men’s and women’s first teams and academy as well as staff to help keep them safe when travelling and at home.
 
This is the first time the INEOS dispensers have been used in the Premier League.

 

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Picture: a photograph of some of the Tottenham team (including current manager José Mourinho) sitting in the "dugout". A sanitising dispenser can be seen

 

As well as supplying product to the Club, INEOS Hygienics will be working with Spurs throughout the partnership on ZERO for elite sport; a programme that has been developed by Sir Dave Brailsford and helps elite sports teams reduce the number of days lost to preventable illness and injury.
 
George Ratcliffe, COO of INEOS Hygienics commented: “As the first Premier League club to use our dispensers and hospital-grade hand sanitisers, it shows the importance the Club is putting on good hand hygiene to help keep the players, staff and fans safe.’

Fran Jones, Head of Partnerships at Tottenham Hotspur added: “The COVID-19 pandemic has made everybody change their behaviour and further underlined the need for good hygiene practices. It is essential that the Club supports and facilitates those changes in order to create safe environments across our estate including our stadium, training centre and executive offices. INEOS Hygienics offers us a high purity, hospital-grade sanitiser, which protects our men’s and women’s teams ensuring they can continue to train and play matches, as well as our staff and, of course, our fans.”

Picture: a photograph showing an escalator and one of INEOS' sanitiser dispensers

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 16 December 2020

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