Hygiene Signs

Developing a habit of properly washing your hands is extremely important for any industry, especially when working in kitchens, hospitals, and schools. Influence good hygiene habits by posting Hygiene Signs throughout your facility. According to OSHA, an estimated 5.6 million workers in healthcare and other facilities are at risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens. The CDC estimates that occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens causes about 1 million infections each year in health care workers and can be fatal.

Hygiene signs should be placed in bathrooms, kitchens, medical facilities, and any location open to the public to remind others to clean their hands. Stop the spread of germs and ensure others follow sanitizing procedures at work with Hygiene Signs.

Washing your hands is the single most important way to prevent the spread of infection, including those that are resistant to antibiotics.