An Integrated Skin Care
Program for Industrial
Program for Industrial
Setting Higher Standards of Skin Care to Combat Occupational Skin Disorders
The Deb Industrial Program is specifically designed to improve skin care standards and reduce the threat of work-related hand eczema and occupational skin disorders (OSD), in general to Make Hands Matter in the Workplace. OSD, particularly work-related hand eczema, is a serious health issue that currently goes largely unreported in the workplace. There is insufficient perception of the problem and lack of understanding of the consequences of poor skin condition.
The program integrates three elements: Essential Products, Vital Information and Highest Standards of Behaviour - to allow for a customized, preventative skin care program to be installed in any workplace. It 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
Occupational Skin Disorders
Occupational skin disorders are an invisible threat that currently goes largely unreported in the workplace.
About Skin Care
Skin care integrates skin protection and restore creams with appropriate hand cleansers to create a complete program to help ensure healthy skin.
Skin Care Best Practice
Implementation of the '3-Moments of Skin Care' is the best practice standard to protect skin health in the workplace.
Learn about the comprehensive Deb Stoko range: product categories, dispensing systems, leading brands, innovations and range philosophy.
Deb's unique Site Surveys and Skin Condition Evaluations create the vital information required to establish the current site facilities and workflows; understand worker skin care needs; and evaluate the existing skin condition of workers' hands.
Highest Standards of Behaviour
Combining education and training tools with a structured implementation process to create behaviour change - increasing skin care compliance and improving skin health.
Manager's Guide for Industrial Environments
-What is Occupational Dermatitis?
-External Agents that can Affect Skin Condition in the Workplace
-Initial Risk Assessment
-Procedures and Practices
-Skin Care Management System
Does My Workplace Need Gloves Or Hand Cream?
-Tips on when employees should use gloves
-Best practice guide for pre-work and after-work creams
-Benefits of a complete occupational skin care program
-Steps to mitigate current skin problems and avoid future ones
Pre and After Work Creams Guide
A Best Practices Guide to selecting the correct pre-work and after-work creams for your employees
Skin Care Compliance Checklist
Perform a skin care audit in your facility with this checklist
News & Blog
NAOSH Week3 May 2018 Hand Protection: PPE beyond Gloves May 6 kicks off North American Occupational Safety & Health...
Get Your FREE Pass to the Partners in Prevention Trade Show and Visit us at Booth 8133 Apr 2018 Pre register to recieved your trade show pass for FREE access to: More than 400 booths featuring...
Deb Canada has been nominated!2 Apr 2018 For the third year running, Deb Canada has been nominated in the Skin Care Protection category of...
Deb Canada is voted the top Skin Care Protection Supplier by Canadian Occupational Safety Magazine's Reader's Choice Award 201729 Aug 2017 WATERFORD, ON., Aug. 29, 2017 – Deb Group, the world’s leading away-from-home skin care company, is...
Deb Group Launches Solopol® GFX™–The World’s Only Heavy Duty Foam Hand Cleaner with Grit16 Aug 2017 WATERFORD, ON.-- Deb Group has launched Solopol ® GFX™, the world’s only heavy duty foam hand...
Deb Canada celebrates Canada's 150th Anniversary and what it means to be a Canadian company30 May 2017 2017 marks an exciting year as Canadians celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Canadian...
Microbeads, Macro Problems22 May 2018
Plastic beads made of polyethylene – also known as microbeads – are used in different cosmetic products such as toothpaste and exfoliants, but also in some heavy duty hand...
Addressing the issue of glove usage within hospitals15 May 2018
Throughout the Healthcare industry, glove use has become a key aspect of ward culture and is considered to be an important control measure for protecting both patients and...
NAOSH Week Hand Protection: PPE beyond Gloves8 May 2018
May 6 kicks off North American Occupational Safety & Health (NAOSH) Week. Launched in 1997, NAOSH Week was marked by an agreement between Canada, the United States and...
It’s in Our Hands: World Hand Hygiene Day is May 51 May 2018
Mark your calendars: On May 5, 2018, the World Health Organisation (WHO) will be raising awareness for hand hygiene. Since its inception in 2009, the WHO’s annual SAVE...
Fact vs. Fiction: Debunking Dispenser Myths24 Apr 2018
After you use the restroom – particularly in public facilities like schools, offices, gyms and airports – you are expected to go to the sink and wash your hands. Although the...
An asset tracking solution can lead to a new standard of hand hygiene17 Apr 2018
Patient safety is paramount, however, in the UK today, approximately 300,000 patients contract a healthcare associated infection (HCAI) whilst being...