Complying with Government Requirements
Infectious diseases such as MRSA, Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus
, that is now resistant to most common antibiotics not only affects animals, but can be transmitted to people and to other animals in a veterinary setting.
Pet amphibians and reptiles cause some 74,000 Salmonella
Kittens, ducklings, baby chicks and hedgehogs have been associated with Salmonellosis
outbreaks. Pet rodents recently were the cause of 28 cases of human Salmonella.
and Helicopactor pylori
can be spread from dogs and ferrets to humans.
Hand-washing is recognized as one of the simplest, most effective ways of reducing the rate of infectious diseases.
Because it takes 15 seconds of friction to dissolve, HandGiene's specifically engineered antimicrobial soaps and sanitizers substantially reduce the bacterial and viral contamination of hands and the transmission of illness-causing pathogens.
HandGiene’s monitoring and recording system will meet HACCP and ISO-9000 standards, veterinary standard precautions and other guidelines for hand-hygiene controls.