Arizona Handwashing Sign Poster
The Arizona Handwashing Sign is a labor law posters poster by the Arizona Industrial Commission. This poster is mandatory for some employers, including food establishments.
The Arizona Food Code requires employers in food establishments to post a sign or poster notifying food employees to wash their hands. This notice should be posted at all handwashing lavatories used by food employees and shall be clearly visible to them.
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Hand Washing Helping Hands Tip Sheet Did you know ? P roper hand washing is the best way to reduce the amount of illnes s traveling around your program. According to Caring for Our Children, National Health and Safety Performance Standards, hands should be washed: 1. Upon arrival. 2. Before and after preparing, handling or eating food or beverages. 3. Using the toilet/diapering. 4. Coming in contact with bodily fluids or mucus. 5. Handling animals or cleanin g up after animals. 6. Playing in sand, using outdoor equipment, and participating in outdoor play. 7. Handling garbage. How should ha nds be washed? 1. Turn on the water, wet hands, and then apply soap. 2. Rub hands together vigorously for about 20 seconds. Make sure all parts of hands and fingers are cleaned. 3. Rinse hands under running water, until they are free of soap. 4. Leave water running, dry hands on a disposable towel, and use the towel to turn off the water. 5. Use a towel to open the bathroom door if necessary. Something to think about: Many germs are transmitted by the “fecal – oral route .” C areful hand washing after toileting or diapering is crucial. Many germs are transmitted from human hands c oming in contact with raw food. Using gloves does not replace hand washing. Using hand sanitizer does not replace hand washing. Important information when using hand sanitizer: Alcoho l based sanitize rs can be toxic. S tore out of reach of chidlren. In order to be effective, hand sanitizers should contain 60% to 95% alcohol. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to insure the effectivness of hand sanitizers.
Other Arizona Labor Law Posters 4 PDFS
There are an additional nine optional and mandatory Arizona labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.
- Original poster PDF https://azdhs.gov/documents/licensing/childcare-facilities/providers/helping-hands/handwashing.pdf , updated April 2020
- Arizona Labor Law Posters at https://www.azica.gov/posters-employers-must-display
- Arizona Industrial Commission
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