Nose/mouth/eyes to hands to other people. Germs are transmitted to people’s hands through sneezing, coughing, blowing one’s nose or rubbing the eyes. These germs are then transferred to others around you. So how do you prevent this? Simple, soap and water or a trusty hand sanitiser like the one we supply. If you are suffering from the cold, a flu or eye infection be sure to keep a hand sanitiser handy and use regularly or every time you cough/sneeze/rub your eyes.
Hands to food to people. Germs can spread from hands to food by an infected food preparer who either doesn’t wash their hands after sneezing/coughing/rubbing their eyes or doesn’t use soap and water after using the toilet. One of the most common reasons people have for not using soap is that it dries their hands – especially in the winter. The solution? A soap that is needed in areas where hand hygiene are a priority, that contains skin friendly cleaning agents that wont leave dryness on hands.
Hands to surface to people. Surfaces carry germs, people touch surfaces and people become infected. Most surfaces, like work areas, are regularly cleaned and disinfected in most companies. But certain areas like door knobs and phones can be easily forgotten, even though these areas are equally susceptible to carrying germs - especially as they are frequently handled by so many people. Use a thorough disinfecting product on these areas regularly – these disinfecting wipes are so easy to use and effective against a whole host of bacteria including E-Coli, Listeria, Salmonella, MRSA and H1N1