New Product

Proper hand hygiene is imperative in all healthcare facilities as well as any work place.

Viruses and infections mostly spread by hand contact, which is where the Handwash Reminder and our new Handwash Reminder A./V will come into play and help encourage hand hygiene for you.

  • The Handwash Reminder​ is a cost effective infection prevention strategy, educating children the importance of proper hand hygiene at a young age.  By educating them at a young age, they will develop a healthy habit as they grow up.

    The Handwash Reminder ​is battery operated and has a motion sensor which activates a prerecorded message encouraging children to wash their hands


  • Schools and Day-care staff and personnel can help slow down and prevent the spread of viruses, diseases and germs.


  • Many diseases and viruses are spread by not washing hands.


  • Up to 10 million bacteria can be found between your finger tips to your elbows.


  • Almost 80% of viruses and bacteria are spread through cross contamination by hand contact.


  • In general, a strategy that includes improvements in hand hygiene is likely to be beneficial to everyone.


  • Hand washing can result in a significant decrease in absenteeism from illness.


  • Children touch their eyes, nose and mouth after touching objects, contracting bacteria and germs.


  • Child care workers who do not wash their hands properly after changing a diaper can quickly spread a virus throughout the child center causing stomach viruses.

 


Help Encourage Hand Hygiene Effectively

Schools & Daycare

Facilities 

Restaurants, Hotels & Cruise Ships

  • The Handwash Reminder A/V (Audio/Visual) creates an innovative strategy to improve proper hand hygiene compliance and encourages employees and visitors to sanitize or wash their hands.  

    With a motion sensor, audio and video (demonstrating hand hygiene), nothing works better to encourage hand hygiene effectively and cost efficiently, helping reduce the spread of HAI's & cross contamination by hand contact.


  • All nursing directors and managers should identify the importance of hand hygiene compliance programs.


  • You are always at risk for acquiring viral and bacterial transmission through hand contact.


  • All facilities need infection prevention strategies to improve hand hygiene compliance, reducing the risk of cross contamination.


  • Help prevent the spread of superbugs, viruses & diseases by proper hand hygiene protocol.


  • Hand Hygiene practices reduce the spread of Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI's)


  • Approximately 30% of patients in Intensive Care Units (ICU) are affected by at least one HAI


  • According to some health agencies, failure to comply with a hand hygiene policy can equal a patient safety error.

Let us become part of your 

Infection Prevention Program

Encourage Hand Hygiene as soon as an individual

walks through the entrance of your facility.

Pratts Creations, LLC : 1-407-592-7530


Tags: hand hygiene, hand sanitation, infection prevention, hand washing, hand wash, handwash, motion sensor

Hospitals and Health-care

Facilities

4 inch round

Motion Sensor / Audio

11" X 7 1/2" Digital LCD Sign

Motion Sensor, Audio/Visual

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  • The Handwash Reminder A/V (Audio/Visual) focuses on what matters most in the food industry...proper hand hygiene compliance.  

With the Handwash Reminder A/V, a person will walk pass the device, hear an audio message, and see a video, breaking the language barrier and encouraging them to sanitize or wash their hands.

Bringing visual awareness by motion sensor is more effective than traditional signs.


  • Managers and Corporate personnel in the food industry must understand and comply to hand hygiene protocol. ​​


  • The amount of germs on your fingers can double or even triple after touching a toilet or door handle.


  • Germs and bacteria on your hands can survive up to three hours, spreading onto every thing you touch.


  • Wet, sweaty or damp hands can spread germs and bacteria one thousand times more than dry hands.


  • Always practice proper hand hygiene before and after preparing and handling food.


  • A person should not prepare food while sick and for at least 3 days after symptoms stop.


  • All cooking facilities should have a hand washing station and a way to educate the importance of proper hand hygiene.