Note: Please note that all information provided is general, and is an aggregation of and attributed to the sources included below. Use your own judgment and regulatory guidance to make decisions around PPE usage in the workplace.
Last Updated: 9/14/20
Where should I place hand sanitizers?
Hand sanitizing stations should be installed at entrances and exits as well as all locations where workers or employees will be touching shared equipment, such as water coolers or check-out stations, at a minimum.
How should hand sanitizer be used?
According to the CDC, hand washing with clean water, hand soap, and towels is preferable to the use of hand sanitizers when possible; hand sanitizers do not work as well when hands are visibly greasy or dirty.
What should you look for when shopping for hand sanitizer?
As per the CDC, hand sanitizers should have a 60-95% alcohol concentration. Sanitizers that are not alcohol-based or with a lower alcohol concentration are not as effective.
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All guidance compiled from these public sources as of October 2, 2020. Please confirm guidance at the links provided below.
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