Staying Safe in Public Toilets - Germs and How to Avoid Them
Date : 05 May 2017
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Hands are like transport networks for bacteria, viruses and germs, allowing them to be passed on quickly and effortlessly.
So when you go to a public toilet, you may be wondering how to protect yourself from a multitude of bugs that are ready to pounce and make you ill.
The simple answer is to wash your hands effectively. But how?
The World Health Organisation states that you should wash your hands for around the length of time it takes to sing happy birthday twice and while doing so, follow the below steps. If you have touch free soap dispensers at your disposal, this can help to further limit the spread of infection.
[Image Source - The World Health Organisation]
If you’re a business, offering touch free products, such as automatic soap dispensers and hand dryers can help to limit the chance of your toilets becoming a hot bed of infection. It can also protect members of the public, reduce employee absenteeism and thanks to ease of use, improve hand hygiene compliance in the workplace.
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