October 7, 2019
By: Kristin Hughes Srour, Special Olympics International Photo Credit: Special Olympics International As the world rallies around Global Handwashing Day, it is important to bring awareness to those who face barriers and challenges around hygiene and handwashing. Although access to safe water and sanitation is […]Read Full Post
October 4, 2019
By: Lindsay Denny, Global Water 2020 Photo Credit: WaterAid/Tom Greenwood It’s a familiar scenario. A trainer runs a training on hand hygiene for nurses. Good practice is modeled, copied by participants. Nurses return to their work. Hand hygiene compliance marginally increases, only to return to […]Read Full Post
October 3, 2019
By: Reneé Remijnse, Essity Over 1.3 billion people worldwide live with disabilities. Hygiene is a basic right and should be available and accessible for all. Tork products promote clean hands for all with dispensers that are ‘Easy to Use ‘certified for people with limited […]Read Full Post
October 2, 2019
By: Stuart Mason, SPATAP When I grew up in London during the ’70s, my mother would repeat the mantra of, “Wash your hands, wash your hands.” It was drummed into me and it was easy to do. I would walk to the bathroom, turn on […]Read Full Post
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