Keep hands clean and free of germs with effective hand sanitizer dispensers
Handwashing is an effective means to help prevent the spread of germs. This is especially true when infection controls measures are in place and handwashing is done before eating, after coughing, sneezing or blowing one's nose, plus after using the restroom. The frequency of handwashing during those times can create a constant flow of traffic to restroom sinks. This traffic makes social distancing more difficult to achieve, plus can be disruptive during class. Hand sanitizer dispensers and hand sanitizer stations can be positioned throughout the school making it convenient for students and teachers to practice good hygiene as they can be free-standing or mobile. Free-standing units can be equipped with one or more hand sanitizer dispensers. The mobile option provides storage space for personal protection equipment (PPE), sanitizer refills and trash, plus has a mount for adding a dispenser. Durable wheels and handles make it easy to move throughout the day. Whether the hand sanitizer is foam, liquid or gel, the CDC recommends it should contain at least 60% alcohol.