An Integrated Skin Care &
Hand Hygiene Program
for the Food Industry
Hand Hygiene Program
for the Food Industry
Setting Higher Standards of Skin Care to Prevent the Cross-Contamination of Food and Occupational Skin Disorders
The Deb Food Program is designed specifically to improve hand hygiene compliance in food handling environments by helping to prevent cross-contamination of food and occupational skin disorders.
The program integrates three elements: Essential Products, Vital Information and Standards of Behaviour and consists of the most comprehensive occupational skin care product range, meaningful training and educational tools, and workers' skin condition evaluations that improve standards of skin care behaviour.
Challenges & Best Practice
The Deb Stoko Range of skin care products and dispensers, specifically developed for the food industry.
Using Deb's unique Site Surveys, Skin Condition Assessments to establish the current site facilities and workflows; understand worker skin care needs and the existing skin condition of their hands; and provide live data on product usage to measure skin care compliance.
Highest Standards of Behaviour
Through the implementation of comprehensive training, education and feedback tools, Deb Food program is customized to each work environment to promote the importance of hand hygiene and skin care, driving behaviour change and improving compliance.
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