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Hand Hygiene, Infection Prevention and Food Safety Blog

How Important is Hygiene Education for ‘Adulting’?

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!  Well, maybe not for all those kids going back to school, but certainly for many parents.  As much as we all love our vacations, it's important to break some of those lazy summer habits and get back to more structured routines – especially when it comes to basic hygiene.

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Topics: Hand Hygiene Training & Education, Infection Prevention - Workplace and Public Areas

Mis-LEEDing information made clear: Understanding hand hygiene as it applies to green cleaning

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Topics: Hand drying, Hand hygiene, Hand hygiene compliance, Hand Hygiene Education, Hand Hygiene Facilities and Supplies, Hand Hygiene Training & Education, Hand sanitizer, Hand Washing, Hand Washing Efficacy, Hand Hygiene Communication, Hand Hygiene Efficacy, LEED, green cleaning, Infection Prevention - Workplace and Public Areas, CDC, Hand Washing Behavior, Hand washing compliance

DebMed Champions Expert Panel Hand Hygiene Guidance

The updated expert hand hygiene guidance that appeared in the July 2014 issue of the Journal of Infection Control couldn’t have arrived at better time. Those of us who manage and advise healthcare facilities on infection prevention and control live and work in challenging times. Just consider the news. 

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Topics: Hand hygiene compliance, Hand Hygiene Education, Hand Hygiene Training & Education, Hand sanitizer, Hand Washing, Handwashing, Improving hand hygiene compliance, Prevention and Control of Infections, Patient Safety, Hand Washing Efficacy, Antimicrobial resistance, Hand hygiene monitoring, WHO, Anti-biotic resistant organisms, Hand Hygiene Efficacy, Hospital Acquired Infections, Infection Prevention in Healthcare, DebMed, Healthcare-Associated Infections, CDC, Hand Washing Behavior, Hand washing compliance, Healthcare Hand Hygiene

What Happens When Our Skin Fails Us?

One would think that taking care of our skin should be no big deal, that our skin will undergo a never-ending series of rebirths no matter how we treat it. In fact we replace our skin at the rate of one complete outer skin every 27 days.  This means that we will go through about 1,000 new skins in a lifetime.

 

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Topics: Dry Winter Skin, Hand hygiene, Hand hygiene compliance, Hand Hygiene Education, Hand Hygiene Training & Education, Hand sanitizer, Hand Washing, Hand Washing Behavior, Antibacterial hand wash, Gloves, Washing and drying, Food workers, Food processing, Food Employees, Food Preparation, Dermatitis, Chapped Skin, Barry Michaels, Healthcare Hand Hygiene, Occupational Skin Disease, Preventing Occupational Skin Disease, Chemical Hazards, Outdoor workers, Skin cancer, Skin damage, Ultraviolet radiation, Industrial Soap, Hot water

Water Consumption Reduced with One Simple Change

The sustainable and efficient use of resources continues to be an area of emphasis for companies’ environmental responsibility initiatives. Many organizations are striving to reduce their environmental impact, and in the process save money, by reducing their use of energy and natural resources—including water.

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Topics: Hand hygiene, Hand Hygiene Training & Education, Hand Washing, Handwashing, Improve Hand Hygiene, Hand Washing Efficacy, Isabelle Faivre, Water Conservation, Foam Soap, water usage, Hand Washing Behavior, Restroom hand washing

The Food Service Industry Can Help Prevent Norovirus Outbreaks

Most norovirus outbreaks from contaminated  food occur in food service settings, according to a Vital Signs report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Infected food  workers are frequently the source of these outbreaks, often by touching  ready-to-eat foods served in restaurants with their bare hands. The food  service industry can help prevent norovirus outbreaks by enforcing food safety  practices, such as making sure workers always practice good hand hygiene on the  job and stay home when they are sick.  

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Topics: Hand hygiene, Hand hygiene compliance, Hand Hygiene Education, Hand Hygiene Training & Education, Hand Washing, Handwashing, Improve Hand Hygiene, Antibacterial soap, Hand Washing Efficacy, Hygiene practices, Food Safety Practices, Bacterial transmission, germs, Viruses, Gastrointestinal Infections, Cross-contamination Prevention - Food Industry, Bacteria, CDC, Norovirus, Foodborne Illness, Hand Washing Behavior, Hand washing compliance, Antibacterial hand wash, Food workers, Food processing, Food Employees, Food Preparation, Food Safety, Cross Contamination

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