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Every day workers are potentially exposed to contaminants and conditions that can be harmful to their skin, for example chemicals, mechanical oils, greases and even hot and cold conditions. 80% of the common infections are being transmitted by hands, therefore it is essential for manufacturing businesses to have good hand hygiene practices in place to ensure employees and public health are protected as well as ensuring product quality. Besides occupational skin disorders such as work-related eczema, poor hygiene can cause higher levels of absenteeism and presenteeism, which can disrupt shifts and workflow.
Moreover, as one of the essential sectors in Malaysia, it is important for your business to be able to operate smoothly without any potential hindrance such as cross-contamination among your employees that can put a disruption in your operations.
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A survey by Initial Hygiene reveals that 3 in 5 claim washroom hygiene affects their productivity. Hence, as the vary of washroom standard between office and manufacturing facilities, the washroom in the manufacturing facility should be clean and provide the right provisions for employees while office washrooms need to safeguard the business image.
The reception is an important reflection of your company as it is often the first point of contact for customers and suppliers. Ensure they are well maintained to welcome your visitors into a clean and hygienic environment. High-touch surfaces such as reception counters and door handles harbour bacteria which can cause skin infections, food poisoning and respiratory diseases.
Communal areas where employees gather are great spaces to build hygiene awareness and to promote a cleaner, safer workplace.
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Germs can remain on surfaces such as production lines for up to 48 hours and can increase the risk of cross-contamination from surface to hands.
Take care to reduce the risk of cross contamination by having a thorough cleaning regime as well as providing hand wash stations where necessary.
A recent study by Initial found that 49% of office workers sometimes or always eat at their desks. The potential for cross-contamination is high as germs from the washroom are spread by contaminated hands and transferred to desks, office equipment and food.