CASE STUDY: Crider Foods Promotes Hygiene with Dyson Airblade Tap Hand Dryers
Established in the 1970s, Crider Foods is a global leader in the food manufacturing industry and produces 50 percent of the total canned protein across the United States and worldwide. As a USDA regulated facility with SQF Level 3 status, proper sanitation is essential to their business and reputation.
While undergoing a renovation to its main facility, Crider looked for new technology to promote better and more consistent hand hygiene within its restrooms and prep stations. The solution was the Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryer, which allows users to wash and dry hands directly at the sink without needing to move to a separate area.
As the only hand dryer to hold HACCP International and NSF P335 certifications, it offers a fast, hygienic solution proven safe for use in food manufacturing environments.
Since installing the Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryers, Crider has seen multiple benefits. Keeping each step of the hand washing and drying process directly at the sink means: employees return to work areas faster, the risk of slip and fall injuries is decreased and necessary maintenance and labor costs are reduced.
Watch the video here to learn more about the benefits of Airblade technology.
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