Articles Tagged with ''hand''
New research from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Columbia University School of Nursing indicates that further improvement of hand hygiene practices in U.S. hospitals is needed.
Luxury amenities are on the rise in commercial buildings, and many cities are seeing increased competition for tenants in the Class A building segment.
Contaminants that harbor on human skin can be transferred to water faucets, soap dispensers, paper towel dispensers and trash cans.
Reducing the spread of bacteria can be one of the biggest challenges that face the building and custodial service industry. Few places can impact this as much as the restroom.
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Handwashing is the single most effective means of preventing the spread of infection, and more than 20 studies show that, on average, good hand hygiene practices can reduce illness and absence rates and the associated costs by around 40 percent.
A study by the American Cleaning Institute (ACI) revealed that 46 percent of hand washers don't wash long enough — not even close.