Arctech Innovation and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) partnered with Reckitt, the official hygiene partner for COP26, to develop a range of hygiene interventions and protocols that will keep delegates safe at COP26 in Glasgow.

Our hygiene and virology experts worked with LSHTM to ensure the COP26 hygiene interventions proposed by Reckitt were robust and aligned with the latest scientific evidence.

These interventions include non-pharmaceutical hygiene interventions (NPIs) used to help break the chain of infection such as hand hygiene and surface disinfection.

COP26 is the world’s best, last chance to bring climate change under control. With 25,000 delegates and global leaders set to gather in Glasgow for COP26, this robust hygiene plan will protect everyone at the conference.

“These health-based cleaning protocols are one of the critical tools to maintaining a COVID-safe environment over 12 days of intense discussion and negotiation at COP26”, said Professor James Logan of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, and CEO of Arctech Innovation.

“We are proud to have partnered with Reckitt to develop a range of robust hygiene interventions that will keep thousands of delegates safe.”