Remember the ad? Wash your hands Jeffery, with the Solvol Jeffery. How often and when should I wash my hands? If you were Jeffery it was only when you were coming inside after a hard day playing in the garden, and when your mother told you. The basics for good hand hygiene are: after going […]
You have just used GlitterBug to show that you have poor hand washing technique and are not removing all the germs and getting into the nooks and crannies that keep the bacteria and viruses hidden away. What technique can I use to improve on my hand washing?
It has become very apparent over the last few years that hand hygiene is of paramount importance both in the health care industry as well as the food industry. The first thing medical professionals are taught isn’t how to take blood pressure, it’s how to wash your hands. But how can you teach this effectively?
These five moments of hand washing are being promoted by Hand Hygiene Australia in an effort to bring higher standards of hand hygiene and cleanliness in a hospital setting. This, of course, also applies to doctors, surgeons, and anyone dealing with patients. Follow the 5 Moments every time you see a patient: Before touching a patient Before […]
Shane takes a look at hand hygiene and hand washing in hospitals. There is also a special discount for Hospitals, Schools and Pre-Schools.
We’re trying to get as many kids as possible taught properly to wash their hands. Why aren’t more pre-schools getting on board?
Why aren’t more schools using GlitterBug to teach hand washing, when it costs only 30 cents per students?
Coming up on the 5th May 2012 is the World Health Organisation’s Hand Hygiene Day.
The Hand Hygiene Australia website explains the 5 moments of Hand Hygiene.
This hand washing sign was unbelievable. In fact, you have to read it twice to fully appreciate what they are saying. Don’t get me wrong. I am all for signs about washing hands. I sell Glitterbug for hand washing training. But this sign was just too good to be true: In case you missed it […]