A focus on non-food-contact surfaces
New technologies provide simple answers to age-old handwashing issues.
A performance-rewarding pay package is THE answer to solving the industry’s appalling handwashing compliance rates. New technologies provide measurement standards and serve as performance monitoring tools.
Identify and implement a monthly incentive level worth working for. Here is a sample where an entry level employee's job performance can earn him or her up to $1,200 per year.
Read more about The Incentivized Handwash
Legal action underway
Norovirus, H3N2 flu, colds, Enterovirus 68 and Ebola ...
Monitoring for the near misses
Study suggests a change of greetings in professional kitchens
Scheduling expands the range of risks addressed
Why training may be blocking progress
How Hand Hygiene Monitoring Gets You in the Game
A recommendation of “No Action” at the CFP (Conference for Food Protection) can be viewed as a strike out and to continue the baseball metaphor, Handwashing For Life went 0 for 7 on the issues submitted in 2014. We thought at least one would be accepted but all were presented as a foundation for 2016. In that context our efforts were well received and rewarded with calls to continue our quest for codifying hand hygiene innovations. Lively discussion demonstrated the need for changes but the system favors the status quo.
Non-voting Council Members, the FDA and CDC, sharply tilt the decision making power. A timely sound-bite can end Council discussion. Who of the regulatory Council Members are willing to vote against the non-voting regulatory Members?
Here is our interpretation of what happened, why and how each sets up for 2016.Read more about 2014 CFP Hand Hygiene Success: Groundwork for 2016
Summary of proposed hand hygiene solutions
SaniTwice® for Catered Events
Uncompromized hand cleanliness for those serving food at venues without running water.