STAND UP DISPENSERS
Coronavirus is a respiratory illness, meaning it is mostly spread through virus-laden droplets from coughs and sneezes. If you don’t catch your coughs and sneezes in a tissue and safely dispose of it, the virus can end up on surfaces. If someone else touches that contaminated surface, the virus can transfer onto their hand.
If you have the virus on your hands, you can infect yourself by touching your eyes, mouth or nose. You might think that you don’t touch your face very often, but it’s much more than you realise. A 2015 study found that people touch their faces an average of 23 times an hour.
While washing your hands is useful in preventing yourself from getting infected, this is not the main reason the Government recommends it.“It’s all about stopping the spread,” says Sally Bloomfield, honorary professor at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. “When it comes to stopping the spread of the serious infection in this country, the public have a huge role to play.”
The No-Hands Sanitiser Dispenser
As well as scanning visitor and staff temperatures with Tempcheck or Feverscreen, a crucial part of keeping your premises safe is making sure everyone on site regularly sanitises their hands and Provide a safe place for staff free from COVID-19.
Of course what you don’t want is dozens of pairs of hands spreading germs by touching the actual sanitiser unit, which is why we’ve developed a range of foot pedal operated hand sanitiser.
Typically our foot pedal operated hand sanitiser are made by our expert engineers and tradesman from there home workshops situated throughout the country. By combining their skills with our centralised quality control systems, first world logistics and packaging solutions we are positioned to take on the larger corporates. This partnerships allows us to deliver and provide world class products in a responsible and ethical manner.
How do they work? Simply tap your foot on the pedal and put your hand underneath the dispenser to disinfect your hands. No hand or finger contact needed.
Why Choose Our No-Hands Sanitiser Dispensers?
- Hands-free operation, the sanitizer is dispensed by tapping the pedal with your foot and
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- Various storage capacity, to avoid you having to constantly fill it up as it is Safe secure hand sanitizing stations.
- An anti-theft security top and ground fixing unit fixed to certain units, to stop anyone stealing your supply. We install and maintain all your dispensers
- The 980mm to 1200mm height means it is perfect for your main entrance as well as other important areas such as outside restrooms.
Easy Implementation Into Your Business
The best way to remind employees and general public to use hand sanitiser is by making it easily accessible and in plain sight. It’s important to place hand sanitiser near and around high-touch surfaces and communal areas, including but not limited to:
- Cafeterias, food courts and break rooms. One of the hotspots for germs in an office is the break-room and kitchens. If food is consumed with germ-ridden hands, it’s easy to digest the germs and become infected with several diseases. Although hand sanitizer is not a replacement for anyone who prepares food, it can help eliminate certain germs.
- High traffic areas. High-traffic areas like transportation terminals, mall hallways and recreational centers should offer hand hygiene stations to ensure visitors stay as healthy as possible. Not only does this keep high-traffic areas clean, it also helps improve the image of the city.
- Entrances and exits. Providing hand sanitizer outside of the office is important. A single doorknob could potentially be the cause of a widespread illness in the workplace. In fact, new research showed that a within two to four hours, a virus placed on a doorknob was picked up by 40 to 60 percent of workers and visitors within the facility. In addition to frequently disinfecting doorknobs, light switches and other high-touch surfaces within the workplace, make sure to also provide a hand sanitizing station nearby to limit the spread of infection.
The Importance of Hand Sanitizer Placement
Employees spend more time Monday through Friday at the workplace than anywhere else, including their home. Additionally, 90 percent of office workers will come to work even when they are sick, in part due to an ever-growing workload.
Throughout any given workday, employees use their hands to write up a report, shake hands with a new client, open doors and much more. All of these activities expose hands to harmful germs and bacteria. This makes the workplace a hotbed for germs and bacteria and the last thing anyone wants is for an employee to get exposed at work and then take the virus back into the safety of their homes.
Considering that 80 percent of all infections are transmitted by hands, it’s crucial to implement an effective hand hygiene program at the office.