AS A TRAINER IN FOOD SAFETY I KNOW HOW IMPORTANT HAND WASHING IS SO I THOUGHT THAT SOME PEOPLE MAY BE INTERESTED IN THIS
One-Day Conference from RSPH
The science and behaviour behind hand washing - at home, work and on the move.
Why can’t we sustain the impact beyond Global Handwashing Day (15 October) or the regular Government campaigns? Can new behavioural approaches make more people wash their hands? This timely conference
will examine whether some sectors of society are disadvantaged by poor provision of hand washing facilities and address ways of promoting both these and good hand washing practice. It will also look at ways to measure the health and economic consequences of the failure to wash hands.
The conference provides an excellent opportunity for those working in the hand hygiene and hygiene design industries, healthcare, food, education and public health to catch up on research and current thinking
on hand washing, with experts from the health protection, food safety, behavioural and economical fields.
Thursday 3rd April 2014 28 Portland Place, London W1B
Royal Society for Public Health
John Snow House
59 Mansell Street