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Improving hand hygiene

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Improving hand hygiene practice

Hand hygiene has always been a crucial weapon in the fight against the spread of pathogens. But now, against the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic, we must all do everything we can to ensure our hands are washed, dried and sanitised properly.

At Initial Washroom Hygiene, we have a comprehensive range of products that will safeguard your hand hygiene by providing top of the range hand washing, drying and sanitising solutions.

Following these steps will minimise the risk of bacterial cross contamination.

1. Hand Washing

The first step in the hand hygiene process is proper hand washing. Using soap while adhering to our handwashing guide will remove a large amount of pathogens from your hands.

See our range of soaps and take the first step towards better hand hygiene.

Download our hand hygiene poster: Recommended hand hygiene steps to prevent the spread of viruses

2. Hand Drying

Even when you’ve managed to wash away any hand pathogens with soap, you need to remove residual moisture to stop them from reappearing. If you leave the washroom with wet hands then you create a breeding ground for the same pathogens to re-emerge.

Our range of hand drying options spans from traditional roller and paper towels all the way to ultra-hygienic hand dryers with in-built air filters.

3. Hand Sanitising

Finally, when your hands have been properly washed and dried, apply hand sanitiser for extra protection. This will prevent your hands from quickly becoming a pathogen hotspot.

To cope with the recent unprecedented spike in demand, we have made a number of new additions to our hand sanitiser range. This ensures that we can help to safeguard the nation’s hand hygiene.

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