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Hygiene in Industry - Introduction

Many areas of production and industry rely on good hygiene practices to ensure product quality and safety.

Hygiene practices that are employed in industrial settings, such as agriculture and manufacturing, maintain clean, sanitary environments and ultimately protect public health.

Hygiene in industrial protection should not be confused with the specific science called "industrial hygiene", or "occupational hygiene", which is the science of anticipating, recognising and controlling workplace environmental factors to prevent worker illness, discomfort and inefficiency.

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