100,000 workers washing patterns studied
New research indicates that a mere 38 per cent of men and 60 percent of women bothered to wash their hand after using the toilet, writes Lucy Tobin on the London Evening Standard website.
The instigators of the research were Rentokil Initial. They put sensors on toilet doors and on soap dispensers in order to monitor their usage.
“The firm found publicly-shaming non-washers helped drive up hand washing rates dramatically” wrote Ms Tobin.
“Compliance rose to 90 per cent within two days of the data being displayed, before stabilising to between about 82 per cent.”
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