Number of slides: 10
Cleaning your hands is a simple way to prevent infections. Germs spread to the hands by coughing or sneezing and, as we use our hands for almost everything, germs transfer to surfaces and then, to other people. It's quite simple and dangerous. For that reason, it is important to educate healthcare workers, food handlers, and even kids on how to wash their hands properly. Use the hand hygiene process slide, hand sanitizer slide, and germ hot spots slide to promote hand hygiene among members of your staff and prevent germ transmission.
Handwashing is a simple act that can save lives. Use the five-step diagram from this slide to show your staff how to wash their hands properly. Showcase every single step in here, from the moment they grab soap to the moment they dry their hands.
When there is not soap and water available, another option is an alcohol-based cleanser. Sure, hand gel can clean some bacteria, but it doesn’t replace hand washing at all. So, make sure your staff have access to both options. This slide is ideal to show how to use hand sanitizer in a quick and effective way.
Another topic that is not commonly addressed when talking about hand hygiene is germ hotspots. Our hands are touching different surfaces all the time and there are some common germ-prone objects you team should be aware of. For example: laptop, mobile phones, elevator buttons, door handles, money, etc. The Germ Hot Spots Slide is the right place to showcase this important information.
Hand hygiene for everyone
Hand hygiene education
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