HAND-WASH TRAINER

 

The Hand-Bugs Trainer - Hand Wash Training Package

Please Note:  Replacement bottles of HAND BUGS Lotion can be purchase when required.

 

 


 

 

  HYGIENE TRAINING for UK SCHOOLS

 

Click here to access the e-Bug Training Portal

NICE Guidance 2017

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidance on antimicrobial stewardship and changing behaviour around antibiotics recommends that all schools use Public Health England’s e-Bug resources to teach children and young people about hygiene, infections and antibiotics. This document outlines what NICE guidance is, why it is important, what this means for schools and teachers and how you can get involved in tackling antimicrobial resistance.

Click here to download

 

 


 

 

HAND BUGS Hygiene Training Lotion glowing under HAND BUGS Trainer Lamp.

 

 

 

          £129 +VAT & Delivery

 

       SCHOOLS Only £99 +VAT & Delivery

(see bottom of page for details on how to order)

 

 

 

We all know the importance of proper hand washing, but how do you instruct colleagues in the correct method of hand-washing? 

As the leading UK manufacturer of Hand Washing Training Systems for the NHS, we have produced a Professional-Grade, Hand-Wash Training package, specifically for small Businesses and Schools at an affordable price.

The New HAND BUGS TRAINER package includes everything you'll need, to roll-out a memorable hand-washing training programme for all staff.

 

 

 

  What's Included in the Package?
Compact HAND BUGS Trainer Lamp (240v Mains)
200ml Bottle of HAND BUGS Hand Lotion (200 washes)
Step-by-Step Hand-Washing Guide

 

 

 

After washing, areas not wash properly, still glow!

Hand Bugs lotion is applied to hands

Lotion covers entire hands and wrists

Hand Bugs lotion is applied to hands

Lotion covers entire hands and wrists

After washing, remaining lotion glows...

showing areas that remain dirty / contaminated

 

...So poor hand washing technique becomes apparent.

 

 

 

Teach Hand Washing the HAND BUGS way.
1 Apply HAND BUGS lotion to hands and wrists
2 Now place hands under the Trainer Lamp. See them glow!
3 Now go and wash hands as you do would do normally.
4 Place hands back under the lamp to reveal areas not cleaned!
5 Now demonstrate how to wash hands properly *
6 Repeat the Wash and Glow process until hands do not glow.

 * Hand Wash Instructions supplied

 

 

 

HAND BUGS Traininer Lamp - Closed

Compact, Lightweight and Economical

 

 

 

 

Why Teach Hand Washing?

Its an essential Life-Skill for Good Health
Helps Reduce Absenteeism due to Illness
Helps Reduce Cross-Contamination
Its really great FUN to do!

 

 

 

 

 Did you know?

 
  • We have between 2 and 10 million bacteria between fingertip and elbow.

  • Damp hands spread 1,000 times more germs than dry hands.

  • The number of germs on your fingertips doubles after you use the toilet.

  • Germs can stay alive on hands for up to three hours.

  • Millions of germs hide under watches and bracelets and there could be as many germs under your ring as there are people in Europe.

 

 

The flu virus can live on a hard surface for up to 24 hours, and a soft surface for around 20 minutes.

Around 20% of women and 40% of men don't wash their hands after using a public loo. 

90% of germs on hands are found under the nails.

The number of bacteria can double in 20 minutes and after one day without hand washing; a single bacterium can multiply 2 billion, trillion times.

 

 

 

only £ 129 +VAT 

SPECIAL OFFER  £99 for Schools

 

 

 

How to Order Yours...

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    0161 662 7253

 Email Purchase Orders:

 sales@handbugs.com

 

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HYGIENE TRAINING for UK SCHOOLS

 

Click here to access the e-Bug Training Portal

NICE Guidance 2017

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidance on antimicrobial stewardship and changing behaviour around antibiotics recommends that all schools use Public Health England’s e-Bug resources to teach children and young people about hygiene, infections and antibiotics. This document outlines what NICE guidance is, why it is important, what this means for schools and teachers and how you can get involved in tackling antimicrobial resistance.

Click here to download

 
 
 

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