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Proper Hand Hygiene is the Single Most Important Thing You Can Do For Your Health and the Health of Your Business 

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the single most important thing we can do to prevent getting sick, spreading illness, and reduce absenteeism is to wash our hands. All workplaces, schools, health care facilities, food service establishments, office buildings — every business everywhere should make it as simple as possible for everyone to clean their hands.

Regular hand washing and sanitizing, particularly before and after certain activities, is one of the best ways to remove germs, avoid getting sick, and prevent the spread of germs to others. It's a quick, simple "do-it-yourself" vaccine that can keep us all from getting sick. And when soap and water aren’t available, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention recommend the use of hand sanitizers as an effective alternative.

By the numbers:

  • More than 80% of illnesses are transmitted by hands1
  • One hand can infect over half of the staff in an office by lunchtime2
  • Each absent employee costs more than $2,600 per year3
  • Proper hand care systems can reduce the spread of germs in an office by 74% and reduce absenteeism by 20-50%1

Regional Distributors, Inc. is proud to be a premier distributor of Germ-X advanced hand care and dispensing systems including:

  • Hand Sanitizers
  • Hand Washes/Soaps
  • OmniPod Automatic and Manual Dispensers and Refills
  • Dispenser Accessories

 

Create a healthy environment for your staff and guests, and reduce absenteeism with a complete hand care system. 

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View more of our janitorial and food service solutions, and check out our 3 Simple Ways To Prevent Spreading Germs and Reduce Absenteeism [Free Hand Washing Poster Download].

 


1. National Center for Preparedness, Detection, and Control of Infectious Diseases (NCPDCID) and National Center for Zoonotic, Vector-Borne, and Enteric Diseases (NCZVED).; 2. Dr. Charles Gerba, University of Arizona, Germ Warfare in Your Facility Seminar, September 2014.; 3. CIRCADIAN’s Shiftwork Practices 2005.