Hand washing is an essential safety procedure after handling food or chemicals to prevent the spread of bacteria and chemicals, and to protect employees from exposure to harmful substances. Here is a safety procedure that can help employees understand and follow proper hand washing procedures:
By following this safety procedure, employees can ensure proper hand washing procedures are followed after handling food or chemicals, and prevent the spread of harmful bacteria and chemicals in the workplace. Wetting hands, applying soap, rubbing hands together, rinsing hands, drying hands, using hand sanitizers, wearing gloves, disposing of gloves, and avoiding touching the face are all important steps to ensure hand hygiene and promote safety in the workplace.
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