An Integrated Skin Care Program
for Office and Public Facilities
Improve Washroom Environments and Prevent the Spread of Germs
The Deb Facility Program is intended to offer skin care and hand hygiene solutions for facility managers, employers and building service contractors looking to implement a successful infection control program while improving cost efficiencies and delivering a refreshed and sustainable washroom experience.
The program integrates three elements: Essential Products, Vital Information and Behavior Change - to allow for a customized program to be installed in any workplace. It consists of the most comprehensive occupational skin care product range, meaningful training and educational tools to improve standards of behavior.
Insights & Deb Solution
The Challenges & Issues
Deb’s market insights give understanding of hand hygiene issues in the commercial market.
What is the best practice?
The Deb Facility Program helps to improve hand hygiene in any office or public facility.
The Deb Stoko® Skin Care System delivers real benefits to any organization.
Range of skin care and hand hygiene products specifically designed for commercial settings.
To allow for the right products to be placed within each facility, it is imperative to get a good understanding of the environment where the dispensers will be placed and the products that will be used.
Highest Standards of Behavior
We can help you to improve your staff hand hygiene behavior by providing a comprehensive range of education and training tools to enable installation of a tailored program to meet specific requirements of your organization or workplace.
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