Our strategy

We want to share our knowledge of infection prevention to build a better world.

At GAMA, we understand that we have a responsibility not just to our customers but to our employees and to the world at large.

We're committed to providing high quality products which consistently work as advertised in reducing pathogens and stopping the spread of infection in sensitive environments.

We are mindful of the way in which our operations (from manufacturing to processing and distribution) effect the natural world and constantly aim to minimise this impact through new and innovate means. To find out more about the steps we're taking click here.

We take seriously our position as experts in the field of infection prevention and control and thus seek to share our knowledge at every available opportunity with the ultimate aim of building a better world for everyone.

Social impact

Alongside our commitment to the environment and our guarantees of product quality, we consistently strive to act as good corporate citizens.

Outwardly, we work with our customers to provide training and education to help promote best practice and keep patients safe. We train thousands of healthcare professionals every year, free of charge, to help make healthcare environments safer for everyone.

Closer to home, we maintain a safe, pleasant, respectful and working environment in each of our offices and facilities. We're committed to equal opportunity, open communication and the development of our people.

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The risk of cross-transmission from blood pressure cuffs

Blood pressure cuffs come into frequent contact with the skin of patie…

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Highlights from Infection Prevention 2019

We had a lovely time in Liverpool for Infection Prevention 2019 – we h…

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An assessment of early onset surface damage from disinfectan…

The prospect of surface damage related to material compatibility is a …

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Systematic review on disinfectant wipes for surface disinfec…

A Portuguese research group have just published a helpful systematic r…