Improving Hygiene in the Workplace

Personal hygiene is important because it helps prevent and control diseases. This includes hygiene of all kinds, such as, facial, body and dental cleanliness.

It’s a difficult topic—personal hygiene. Whether an employee is refusing to wash their hands, or a persistent odorous habit, starting a conversation is tough. But it can be essential.

Sometimes these issues can just be off-putting. But other times, they’re a serious health & safety concern. So, to help avoid the awkwardness and reduce the risk of bacteria being spread around the office, we’ve put together a few top tips. Print off this blog and display it around the workplace.

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