WASH & GLOW
HAND RUB TRAINING
Hand Sanitiser Application Training Kits
These affordable, British-made Hand-Rub Application Training Kits will help you deliver simple, easy-to-follow training on the correct way to sanitise hands effectively to a small group. Hand Sanitizing is an essential stage in the Healthcare Circle of Hygiene.
Kits includes either a 250ml or 2 x 50ml bottles of UV GERM Hand Rub Training Gel; a hypoallergenic, hand ‘sanitiser simulation’ gel which is kind to hands and safe for use on all skin types and colours.
Its alcohol-free, fragrance-free, gluten-free, non-toxic, hypoallergenic and suitable for Vegans too.
A lightweight, budget pop-up disclosure box upgrade for our Mini Hygiene Training Kit range.
The Mini Showbox provides a convenient ‘low-cost’ table top ‘dark zone’ to view the Hand Rub Gel after application. Perfect for training in brightly lit rooms, halls or communal areas which cannot be darkened sufficiently.
Hand Rub Training is Simple
The principle is simple; for hand rub to be fully effective, it must correctly applied so that it covers the entire surface area of both hands and wrists.
Any gaps (no matter how small) in this coverage, means, the alcohol hand rub may not be effective!
But how do you see what is and is properly covered?
This is where UV GERM Hand Rub Training Gel comes in. A hypoallergenic, skin-safe gel, it contains a harmless, invisible UV ingredient, which when exposed to a UV light, will glow (fluoresce) bright blue.
This serves to show exactly which parts of the hands and wrists have (and more importantly) have not been properly covered (sanitised).
1 Wash and Dry hands First
Hand sanitizer is only fully effective on visibly clean (unsoiled) hands and skin. Have the attendees wash and dry their hands properly in preparation.
2 Dispense Hand Rub Training Gel
Dispense a small amount of Hand Rub Training gel into the hands. Roughly the same mount as would be dispensed by a Hand Sanitizer Dispenser.
3. Rub into Hands
For the first attempt (and before any training), have the attendees rub the gel into their hands.
4. Check the results
Now have them place their hands inside the Showbox (or other darkend area) and see the results. The vast majority of their hands will probably be covered. However, its the tiny dark areas on the hands and wrists that are the danger zones. This is where microbes and bacteria can hide, safe from the sanitizers reach. Remember, it only takes a speck to cross-contaminate!
5. Now Teach them how to do it properly
Having seen with their own eyes, the evidence of apply hand rub incorrectly, you would now teach them the correct technique and repeat the above steps 1 through 4 until they get it right.
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We accept NHS, Government & Education Purchase Orders. Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or post to: GLOWTEC LTD, PO Box 919, Lancaster, LA1 9LU