Hands Up For Hygiene!
Inadequate hand hygiene also contributes to food-related illnesses, such as Salmonella, E.Coli infection, and Campylobacter. When peoples belongings were tested for a t.v show to bring awareness to the germs and bacteria that can be found on personal items, E. Coli was found on such things as steering wheels, cell phones and women's purses.
My home is cleaned daily, including washing the floors. Toys are washed and disinfected at least once a month. Baby toys are done much more frequently as they are in their mouths. Babies change table pad is naturally disinfected after each use. Children are not permitted to bring blankets or toys into the bathroom to play or while using the toilet.
For Effective Hand Hygiene:
1. Wet hands,
2. Use soap,
3. Wash at least 20 seconds or sing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,
4. Rinse well,
5. Dry hands with a clean towel or paper towel,
6. Turn off water with a paper towel to prevent re-contamination.
Before & after food preparation & eating
Handling raw meat & poultry
Going to the toilet, changing a diaper,
Blowing your nose, Sneezing/coughing on hands,
Handling pets, scooping litter & dog waste
Gardening, playing outdoors
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HAPPY HAND WASHING!!