Category: Public health

How To Wash Your Hands – The Soapy Steps

Washing hands is incredibly important. Here’s how to do it!

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COVID-19 Infection Prevention – What Can You Do To Stay Safe?

As the global pandemic raises its head once more, more and more people are increasing their efforts to flatten the curve. Come read about 4 ways to keep yourself safe during these times.

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How Coronavirus Has Made Your Food Cleaner

The coronavirus outbreak has changed the world, but how has it affected the food industry?

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7 Basic Food Hygiene Rules To Swear By

Handling food, preparing it, and even storing it, can all cause the food to become contaminated. We have some tips to keep you on the right track.

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Foodborne Illnesses In The Food Industry – The Real Problem

People can die or be severely ill if a single employee doesn’t follow specially crafted hygiene protocols.

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When Does Good Hand Hygiene Turn To Too Much Hand Hygiene?

Many workplaces as well as schools, nursing homes, and more, realize how important it is to maintain a high standard of hand hygiene in their facilities and encourage employees and visitors to practice hand hygiene. However, one must ask themselves the question of how many times is it considered too much to wash your hands?

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Job Burnout and Hand Hygiene – Let’s Talk About It

Employees who suffer from job burnout have a higher chance of becoming apathetic to many workplace protocols, including hand hygiene protocols.

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Hand Hygiene In Schools – How Can Schools Prevent Infections?

Schools have a great opportunity to apply infection prevention tactics that ensure kids have a safe and hygienic school environment.

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Ensuring Hand Hygiene Compliance in the Food Industry

In many cases, understanding the problem constitutes a major part of the solution. Come read more about hand hygiene compliance in the food industry

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The WHO’s 5 Moments for Handwashing

The WHO designed the “5 moments for handwashing” in an effort to diminish the risk of infection inside the healthcare system.

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