Enhance Hand Hygiene Cleaning and Disinfection of Common-Touch Surfaces to Reduce the Risk of Spreading Germs!
As temperatures drop, cold and flu increases in offices, schools, and make their way into all places. During this season, we encourage the following:
Hand Hygiene: Remind everyone to wash hands frequently and thoroughly with soap and water.
Clean and Disinfect common-touch surfaces: Think about the many people who touch door handles, stair railings, light switches, elevator buttons, tables, phones, and other surfaces. Cleaning and disinfection of these common-touch surfaces, frequently, is critical to keeping germs at bay. Even if a surface appears to be clean, it could still be harboring germs.
Clean and Disinfect often. Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide can Enhance Your Results. AHP® is a patented, synergistic blend of commonly used, safe ingredients that when combined with low levels of hydrogen peroxide dramatically increase its germicidal potency and cleaning performance. Increasing daily disinfection of surfaces can help reduce the risk of transmission of germs.
It is important to remind patrons and staff about hand hygiene and surface disinfection.
Consider formal education campaigns, including newsletters and informative posters, that encourage patrons and staff to "cover your cough" and "sneeze in your sleeve" (not hands) when a tissue is unavailable. Again, highlight the importance of hand-washing.