Hand Hygiene Guidance for Employers
Maintaining excellent hand hygiene may seem like a simple task for many of us as we have always done it...
But, making sure that all employees are following the rules and best practices has never been as important as right now.
Following the latest guidance, it is now a legal requirement for your business to promote good hand hygiene to your employees, through the use of signs, posters and training.
Along with following the guidance on promoting hand hygiene, you also have a legal responsibility to provide ample hand washing and sanitising facilities. This could take the shape of hand cleaning stations that use water and soap, or sanitising pumps throughout your office, shop, showroom or any place you conduct business.
This is the advice that Citation.co.uk provide to employers:
Guidance on using hand sanitiser
This is a quick and alternative way to clean hands that aren’t visibly contaminated with dirt
How to use:
- Hands should be free of visible dirt
- Enough hand sanitiser should be used to completely cover all the surfaces of each hand
- The hands should be rubbed together until the solution has evaporated
To read their full article, please click on the link found below:
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