Belonging to something is a meaningful behavioral driver, particularly for entry level foodservice workers. The Team Rally Pledge of Professionalism harnesses this motivational power by the individual professional participating in a group pledge, read aloud in their native tongue, signed together and posted in a highly visible location. As new employees are signed on, the manager/trainer can repeat this exercise with a minimum of three people. (If training one, recruit two of your best leaders from the staff as co-trainers and "witnesses".)
Foodservice workers must be good handwashers from Day One. This priority and personal accountability can be acieved quickly by
- showing the Handwashing For Life video, The Why, The When & The How, followed by
- executing the ProGrade training instrument and
- closing with adding their name/s to the Pledge.
This becomes a living poster, to be updated regularly.
“Dominos” Poster - 3 Languages
This new poster is a reminder of just why some food workers and caregivers don't wash their hands. It is intended for managers as well as supervisors and staff as a reminder of several realities. While it is generally overstated, it deals with many real issues that remain understated and unresolved.
In a campaign to overcome underwashing you need a series of tools. We recommend this one as a companion to our Pledge of Professionalism. Consider having anyone breaking your handwashing code of compliance, sign this Creed of the Unworthy, Unwashed Unprofessional. A signature or two can give this poster new meaning.
Gloves that fit get used and changed. Use this poster as a fitting guide and reminder to wash in both English and Spanish.
This PDF must be printed at 100% and NOT reduced to fit in order for it to be functional.
SaniTwice® for Catered Events
Uncompromised hand cleanliness for those serving food at venues without running water.