We also have stickers which can be placed near hand wash stations reminding people of the procedure of hand washing:
Points to keep in mind:
- Do not touch your face
- Wash your hands after going to the toilet
- Wash your hands before and after eating
- Wash your hands after touching someone
- Wash your hands after coughing or sneezing into your hand
- Once hands are clean and dry, use a quick drying hand sanitizer for disinfection
If there is limited access to clean running water, water for hand washing must be changed out frequently and air drying sanitizer must be used. In the event of no water being around make use of hand sanitizers only.
Follow the handwashing process with a hand sanitizer. Ensure your sanitizer meets the necessary standard for sanitation. There are many sub-standard sanitizers in the market. An official registration number will confirm compliance. Look for it on the labelling.
Keep areas clear of paper products and medical products that may carry pathogens. Provide bins (including medical bins) that are regularly emptied for all waste products. Have cleaning products in ready to use state such as in spray bottles with paper towels can save time.
Firstly, clean visible dirt from all surfaces including equipment. Use a disinfectant detergent to clean and wipe down the surfaces. Ensure the product has a five minute contact time with the surface before rinsing thoroughly. Follow with a spray-on disinfectant. These can be sprayed on and wiped on the surface, no rinsing required. Be sure to follow manufacturer’s instructions to ensure best efficacy.
Sterilize all equipment regularly and thoroughly
Liquid hand soap
Alcohol Based Hand sanitizer
Soap and hand sanitizer dispensers
Spray bottles for cleaning
Labels for Spray Bottles
Measuring vessels for dilution of chemicals and disinfectants
Bins (no touch)
,Please be sure to contact our offices for any of your hygiene needs. You can reach us on 086 111 6008 or email: email@example.com