How to Stop Gym Germs Before They Harm Your Members

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Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, many businesses, including gyms, had to figure out how to protect their employees and gym members. Unfortunately, one of the main obstacles gyms face is related to ensuring gym members’ adherence to hygienic measures. Namely, while exercising, people tend to forget or neglect gym safety regulations. For this…

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Guidelines for prevention and control of new coronavirus outbreaks

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Set up a suspicious symptom report phone, suspend the use of fingerprint time and attendance machines, and take the wrong time to work, flexible work system or home office mode … Yesterday, the joint prevention and control mechanism of the State Council announced the “control measures for resumption of work and resumption of production of…

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2020 New Year Holiday Travel Tips

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Before Travel Tips Learn about health concerns at your destination Even if you’re familiar with your destination, new and important health concerns could make or break your trip. Once you are in the know, make an appointment with a travel medicine specialist or your health care provider at least a month before your trip to get vaccines, medications, and…

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Hygiene map in health centers

In our hygiene map in health centers you will find a summary of the products you need to ensure that the spaces are clean and free of germs. As we highlighted in our hygiene guide for socio-health centers, cleaning and disinfection, as well as personal hygiene of both patients and technical health personnel, are basic…

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National Handwashing Awareness Week 2019

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Personal hygiene begins and ends with our hands. And though we’re taught as youngsters to wash our hands before dinner, it’s important to remember that germs don’t care what time of day it is. Clean hands prevent sickness. So it’s especially important to learn the basics about hand hygiene so that you, too, can become…

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The Efficacy of Electronic Alerts and Prompts against hand hygiene compliance

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Sometimes, an audible reminder serves as a friendly little push that most HCWs need to remind them to practice good hand hygiene. Amron Corporation’s Hand Hygiene Prompts (HHP) is a computer-based device that collects data from sensors which report room exit and entry, toilet use and hand hygiene compliance. From these data, HHP determines if…

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10 tips for Disease prevention and hygiene during travelling

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The majority of travel-related illnesses are nausea, diarrhea, fever and dermatological problems. In all these cases, preventive measures are particularly effective. If only clean foods and drinks are consumed, you minimize the risk of intestinal infections caused by known infectious agents. 10 tips for disease prevention and hygiene during travelling: Do not eat anything that can…

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Wash your hands properly, halve the diarrheal disease

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About 836 million people suffer from diarrhea every year in China, and about 1/3 of them are children. And simple hygiene habits – wash your hands, you can halve this number. Diarrhea is one of the leading causes of death in children younger than 5 years of age, killing more than 160,000 children each year.…

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Innovative ideas about hand washing

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“So that your hands are really clean, always use soapy water,” that was the motto chosen by those responsible for a public-private partnership program in Ghana that was developed during the years 2004-2006. So far, in Ghana, soap was used frequently, but especially for washing dishes, washing clothes and bathing Only 3% of the population…

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