Hand Washing Posters Collection

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clean your hands hand washing poster

 

 

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There are 6 different hand washing posters.

Poster 1) Be A Germ-Buster Wash Your Hands

Wet-Soap-Wash For 20 Seconds-Rinse-Dry- Turn Off Water With Paper Towel

This hand washing poster was taken from: www.health.state.mn.us (Minnesota Department of Health)

Poster 2) Clean Your Hands

Wet-Soap-Wash 20 Seconds-Rinse-Dry-Turn Off Water With Paper Towel

How to wash your hands with soap and water? How it works?

How to clean your hands with a alcohol-based handrub? How they work?

This hand washing poster was taken from: www.health.state.mn.us (Minnesota Department of Health)

Poster 3) Let’s Wash Our Hands

Where to wash: Palm to palm-Between fingers-Back of hands-Base of thumbs-Back of fingers-Fingernails-Wrists-Rinse and wipe dry

Remember to wash our hands:

  • After using the toilet
  • After sneezing or coughing
  • After playing with pets
  • After sports or playing outside
  • Before eating

This hand washing poster was taken from: www.hpb.gov.sg (Health Promotion Board)

Poster 4) Healthy Handwashing

How to wash hands and help children wash their hands:

  1. Wash with soap and water for 10 seconds.
  2. Help children wash their hands.
  3. Rinse well.
  4. Dry hands with a single-use towel.
  5. Use towel to turn off waster
  6. Place in a container lined with a plastic bag

Poster 5) The Proper Way to Wash Your Hands

  1. Wet hands
  2. Use soap.
  3. Wash hands while counting to 20.
  4. Rinse completely
  5. Dry hands with paper towel.
  6. Use paper towel to turn off faucet.
  7. Put paper towel in trash.

Poster 6) Your Health Is In Your Clean Hands

Hand hygiene is the most effective way to prevent the spread of infectious diseases including respiratory illnesses such as sars, influenza, colds and others.

Wash with soap and water when hands are visibly soiled.

Wash with soap and water or with an alcohol-based hand rub or gel when hands are not visibly soiled.

How to wash hands?

  1. Wet hands
  2. Apply soap & rub vigerously for at least 15 seconds
  3. Rinse with water
  4. Dry thoroughly with paper towel
  5. Use towel to turn off faucet

This hand washing poster was taken from: www.cdc.gov/handhygiene