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Benefits for hospitals and professional health care

Here are the professional hygiene staff’s comments:

  • HTA documentation for clinical effects.
  • Positive acceptance from the professionals.
  • The amount of the rubbing alcohol is given. That makes it difficult to ‘cheat’ despite busyness.
  • The rubbing alcohol is very well distributed all over the hands and wrists including ‘difficult’ areas between the fingers.
  • The rubbing alcohol is distributed on the front and the backs side of the hands at once.
  • Reduces the waste of rubbing alcohol on the floor.
  • No contact – it may reduce the risk of infection.
  • New opportunities to do hand disinfection for people that cannot use both hands.
  • Potential placement at places that cannot allow wall attached rubbing alcohol dispensers because of fire risk.
  • Potential more visibility on hand disinfection and the opportunity to use dramatic design and colours.
  • Better ergonomics for people with a bad shoulder or hand.

 

Benefits for businesses, institutions and food sensitive operations

  • Up to 26% fewer sick days as a result of improved hand hygiene. Fredensborg, Inge Nandrup-Bus, Hygiene Nurse
  • Safe and healthy working environment as a result of improved hand hygiene.
  • Rubbing alcohol is the most effective ways to stop the spread of disease, infection and secure sanitise hands.
  • No skills are required to reach the same high disinfection result as hygiene professionals.
  • Rubbing alcohol is gentler on the skin because it contains skin care ingredients.
  • It gives a better distribution of the rubbing alcohol on hands and wrists than by the use of wall attached rubbing alcohol dispensers.
  • Special user frequency report with statistics and documentation for user behaviour.

 

Benefits for private households

  • Up to 26% fewer sick days as a result of improved hand hygiene. Fredensborg, Inge Nandrup-Bus, Hygiene Nurse
  • Safe and healthy environment as a result of improved hand hygiene.
  • Rubbing alcohol is the most effective ways to stop the spread of disease and infection.
  • No skills are required to reach the same high disinfection result as hygiene professionals.
  • Rubbing alcohol is gentler on the skin because it contains skin care ingredients.
  • It gives a better distribution of the rubbing alcohol on hands and wrists than by the use of traditional rubbing alcohol dispensers.

 

Households with children should store spare rubbing alcohol safely out of reach for children.