Bio-Rite Protect Demonstrates Stamp of Approval


Feb 10, 2017

Leading infection control company and franchisor, Bio-Rite has launched Bio-Rite Protect.   An innovative new concept, Bio-Rite Protect is a stamp of approval, indicating where care and nursing homes have implemented effective infection control procedures for the well-being of patients.

“As a group Bio-Rite has more than 40 years’ experience in decontamination and infection control,” confirms Alan Wright, managing director, Bio-Rite.  “Our staff and franchisees see a wide variation in standards when it comes to infection control procedures and we are keen to introduce more transparency within the industry which takes care of some of our most vulnerable patients.

“Any care or nursing home that is Bio-Rite protected will participate in two detailed infection control audits each year administered by Bio-Rite’s highly experienced personnel,” explains Wright.  “The outcome of these audits include detailed advice and certification, enabling staff to demonstrate a clear paper trail for Care Quality Commission inspections.  However, most importantly we hope it will make a valuable contribution in improving infection control standards within care and nursing homes across the UK.”

Bio-Rite protected care homes will be listed on which is a web directory designed for consumers to assess and review the quality of care offered at institutions which can be searched on a geographical basis.

Bio-Rite is one of the few companies in the UK that is able to offer a leading-edge range of decontamination solutions to ensure an infection-free healthcare environment, providing services to the NHS, local authority and care and nursing homes nationwide.   Bio-Rite is a member of the National Care Association and staff and franchisees are also members of the Infection Prevention Society (IPS). 

Bio-Rite is also a British Franchise Association (bfa) Provisional Member and is currently recruiting for franchisees to extend the reach of its leading decontamination and infection control services more widely across the UK.  Full training, equipment and help with set up is provided and depending on circumstances, pre-agreed funding is available.  For further information please click here.