A TAILORED HAND HYGIENE PROGRAM FOR YOUR CARE HOME NEEDS
The steps taken in nursing homes and long-term care homes to protect residents and staff from infection represent an important element in the quality of care. Some infections have the capacity to spread within environments where susceptible people share eating and living accommodation.
Hand hygiene is widely acknowledged to be the single most important activity that reduces the spread of infection. Hand hygiene should be performed immediately before and after every episode of direct person to person contact and after any activity or contact that could potentially result in hands becoming contaminated.
A Complete Solution
Deb has a wide range of hand wash, hair and body products and creams available to meet your requirements for both front and back of the house.
Using the appropriate hand wash is vital to help prevent the spread of germs and to remove visible soiling.
For use without water to kill germs and provide a high level of hand hygiene and skin disinfection.
After work reconditioning creams help to maintain healthy skin condition by keeping the skin soft and supple, avoiding dryness. Good skin condition is an important element in ensuring good hand hygiene practice.
- UV PROTECT
Water resistant professional use sunscreen with UVA and UVB protection. Sun Protection Factor of 30 provides 30 times the skin’s normal protection against the sun’s UVB rays.