Standard Handwashing Procedure with Pictures

Standard Handwashing Procedure with Pictures

To wash hands properly, rub all parts of the hands and wrists with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand rub. Wash hands for at least 15 seconds or more. Pay special attention to fingertips, between fingers, backs of hands and base of the thumbs.

Handwashing with soap and water

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Remove jewellery and wet hands and wrists with warm water.   Use 1 or 2 squirts of liquid or foam soap.   Lather soap and scrub hands well, palm to palm.  
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Scrub in between and around fingers.   Scrub back of each hand with palm of other hand.   Scrub fingertips of each hand in opposite palm.  
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Scrub each thumb clasped in opposite hand.   Scrub each wrist clasped in opposite hand.   Rinse thoroughly under running water.  
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Pat hands dry with paper towel.   Turn off water using same paper towel.    

Cleaning with alcohol-based hand rub

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Apply 1 to 2 pumps of product to palms of dry hands.   Rub hands together, palm to palm.   Rub in between and around fingers.  
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Rub back of each hand with palm of other hand.   Rub fingertips of each hand in opposite palm.   Rub each thumb clasped in opposite hand.  
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Rub each wrist clasped in opposite hand.   Rub hands until product is dry. Do not use paper towels.    

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