Please join this annual campaign, sponsored by the CDC facilitated Clean Hands Coalition. Raise awareness of the dangers of poor hand hygiene. Check out a variety of ideas to improve the away-from-home wellness factor in everyone's life.
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Limitations from the past deter new-tech trials
Uninvited pathogens contaminate table-side tablet menus
In a recent QSR® article, Lisa van Kesteren, SeeLevel HX Founder/CEO, unintentionally gave the industry a perfect four-point outline for protecting restauran
Raise hand sanitizer effectiveness when away from home
Bureaucracy buries additions to public health
Crushed Red restaurants have identified a new customer relations builder in their handwash monitoring program.
Foodservice operators in most cases are rightfully proud of their customer care.
Originally published in the 11-20-17 edition of Food Safety News. Republished with permission.
Pathogens met their Waterloo as more than 400 culinary professionals staged a two day pursuit of the latest advances in nutrition and food safety. The annual campaign is sponsored by Martin Brothers, a regional distributor focused on the culinary needs of hospitals and nursing homes.
Thanksgiving, the eater's favorite holiday. Ours always starts on Wednesday with a little pre-prep and gathering last minute supplies.
As joyous the occasion, it’s also a special feast day for bacteria and virus, particularly for salmonella and norovirus – the poster children for holiday pain. Staying well can make the difference between a memory of magic or misery. Good hand hygiene can do more for protecting holiday health than an over-cooked Turkey.
Data-driven continuous improvement for restaurants and hospitals
The "Readily Available" principle
Immersion into the topic of hand hygiene to reduce operational risk has surfaced yet another incentive to improve handwashing process control. Operators know their handwashing rates are low and now they may be open to a charge of negligence should an outbreak be identified.
Behavior verification motivates compliance
The 5 steps of the HandsOn System are converted to action with a process that opens with collaborative Risk Assessment and closes with Decision Verification.
Peppermill Casino Chooses Handwashing For Life’s New Pledge & Verify Framework
Handwashing and temperature control are the two mega-pillars of food safety both at home and away-from-home. At the Peppermill Casino in Reno Nevada, temperature control is on display 24/7 with the latest in Sous Vide cooking. It is the poster child for process control.
SaniTwice® for Catered Events
Uncompromised hand cleanliness for those serving food at venues without running water.
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