Complying with Government Requirements

In addition to foodborne illnesses, such as Salmonella and E.coli, administrators have to deal with Clostridium perfringens, the “cafeteria” germ.

Outbreaks of airborne virus such as colds and seasonal flu are also a concern. Every year, 22 million school days are lost due to the common cold and 21,000 from flu.
In 2009, 136,000 children stayed home due to the threat of H1N1.

Students miss 4.5 days annually and teachers 5.3 days each, on average, due to illness.

Infectious diseases cost the economy $120 billion annually.

Hand-sanitizing and washing is recognized as the simplest, most effective way of reducing the rate of food-borne illnesses, seasonal flu and other viral pathogens.

Because it takes 15 seconds of friction to dissolve, HandGiene's specifically engineered antimicrobial soaps and sanitizers substantially reduce the bacterial and viral contamination of hands and the transmission of illness-causing pathogens.

HandGiene’s monitoring and recording system will meet HACCP, food code requirements, ISO-9000 standards and impending government regulations for the documentation of hand-hygiene compliance in an easy-to-use way.

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