Handwashing: Encouraging Proper Hand Hygiene in Schools
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Good hand hygiene is the best defense against the spread of infections. Unfortunately this is a message that's difficult to promote to students. Getting children to wash hands effectively -- or to apply hand sanitizer -- is a critical task for both building service contractors and in-house cleaners that service educational facilities.
This Free webcast provides the steps needed to get students in K-12 schools to properly wash their hands. From product to process, you will come away with a better understanding of handwashing's three key components: the products, the equipment and the mechanical action of handwashing.
During this webcast, you will learn:
- The role the products, the equipment and the mechanical action of handwashing play in an effective hand hygiene campaign
- How to develop an effective handwashing campaign that encourages kids to wash their hands properly
- Who needs to be involved to ensure ongoing success
- The Distributor, BSC and In-house Cleaner's role in ensuring proper hand hygiene among students, staff and administration
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