Industrial Sectors We Serve
In partnership with the UK’s largest integrated, independent manufacturer and supplier of cleaning and hygiene chemicals and powders, we are in a unique and strong position to know what is important to our customers. In total, we service over 200 customers operating more than 630 bases/offices across Ghana. From independent owner-managed businesses, to large national operators, our customers span a number of business sectors.
Our ability to understand our customers business and the challenges they face is reflected by the longevity of our relationships, with the majority of customers having traded with us for many years. We see our relationships as partnerships, not just customer:supplier. We have specialists in a wide range of key sectors, including:
and Building Services
Restaurants, Bars/Pubs, etc
We Sell Quality Products and
Provide Exceptional Services Like
Dispenser on Loan
Cost Control Analysis
Free Training & Technical Support
Hazard Warning System
To assist with the identification of a substance’s hazards quickly and easily, Zenith Hygiene use a traffic light system.
This system is commonly used throughout the UK because of the diversity in modern workplace. This means that there are often employees for whom English is not their first language, and traffic lights are used and recognised worldwide. By using three simple colours: red, yellow and green, the hazards become easier to understand. The traffic light warnings are based on the hazard of a chemical coming into contact with the skin.
The RED Traffic Light Warning Symbol highlights DANGER and is used on products that cause skin burns.Products with a RED traffic light will cause serious damage to skin and eyes on contact. Always wear the correct and designated safety equipment (PPE) when handling.
The YELLOW Traffic Light Warning Symbol highlights CAUTION and is used on products that causes skin irritation.
Products with a YELLOW traffic light will cause skin irritation, and can cause serious eye damage or eye irritation on contact. Always wear the correct and designated safety equipment (PPE) when handling.