A preventative solution for skin health
The number of workers with impaired skin condition is underestimated and presents an invisible threat to health, safety and efficiency that goes largely unreported in the workplace.
DebSafe™ is a preventative skin health programme that allows Health & Safety leaders to take control by identifying and addressing impaired skin condition in the workplace before it becomes a serious issue. The programme integrates 3-Elements which are based on a universal standard of Skin Care best practice and can be tailored to suit any workplace.
Deb works closely with businesses and organisations to help implement DebSafe™ and deliver sunstainable benefits.
The 3-Elements of DebSafe™
in the right place
Learn about Deb's Site Surveys and the comprehensive Deb Stoko range, including product categories and dispensing systems..
for actionable feedback
Deb's unique Skin Condition Evaluation and Skin Care Compliance Services provide the vital information needed to improve skin health.
Skin care knowledge
Combining education and training tools with a structured implementation process to reinforce positive skin care behaviour.
Challenges & Best Practice
Impaired Skin Condition
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 programme 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.
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News & Blog
Deb’s New Power Foam Hand Cleaners – proven to provide workers with extra power and care10 Aug 2018 Industrial workers are faced with many challenging environments, often exposed to dirt and...
Innovative Protective Cream Improves Skin Health in Cold Working Environments10 Nov 2017 With winter just around the corner, it is time for organisations to focus on protecting employees...
See us at the Safety & Health Expo 2017 - 20th - 22nd June 201726 May 2017 Register Now Visit Deb (stand P125) to learn how Deb can help you improve skin health, productivity...
Deb’s UV protection range ensures outdoor workers stay safe in the sun24 Apr 2017 Did you know that 1,700 people get skin cancer from sun exposure at work each year in the UK? The...
Keep colds away this winter – with an effective hand hygiene programme18 Oct 2016 It’s nearly that time of year again, when large numbers of the population are at increased risk of...
Choose the right products for effective skin care at work – with Deb’s Cream Selector app18 Oct 2016 The skin care solutions specialist Deb has designed a new app that helps industrial workers and...
Virgin Trains Powers Ahead with Sun Protection14 Aug 2018
Every year, 1,700 people develop skin cancer from sun exposure at work – equivalent to five people each day. However, 90% of skin cancer deaths could have been...
Serving up Safer Soap in Foodservice7 Aug 2018
When considering what factors have the greatest impact on your business, restroom cleanliness and hand hygiene may not be the first things that come to mind....
6 of the Germiest Places in Restaurants & How to Protect Yourself31 Jul 2018
Next time you find yourself getting settled at a restaurant you may want think about these obvious but often overlooked germ hotspots. Sure, you may wash...
Summer Reads, 5 of our most Popular Posts24 Jul 2018
Summer is a great time to catch up on reading, we took a look back through our blog and compiled a list of 5 of our most popular hand hygiene and skin care articles for you to add...
Risky Food Preparation Commonly Reported by Food Handlers17 Jul 2018
A network of environmental health specialist and epidemiologists at US federal and state health agencies conducted a study on food handlers to help understand the underlying...
Mind boggling facts: Why do some men avoid handwashing?10 Jul 2018
Brace yourself. A study from Michigan State University reported that only 5.3 percent of men wash their hands for the CDC-recommended 15 seconds or more after using the restroom...