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Workplace skincare company GOJO has refreshed its skin-health programme for manufacturing workers.
The Skin Health Programme for Tough Soil Environments aims to combat the problem of occupational dermatitis with a combination of tough new dispensers, cleaning and skin conditioning products, site audits and staff training resources.
The range includes innovation new to Europe – ECO SOY® foaming hand cleaner in the new GOJO® DPX™ foam soap dispenser. This, according to the company, complements its existing manufacturing range, which also includes an upgraded PRO™ TDX™ dispensing system, with products designed to help workers remove tough soils.
The company explains that its manufacturing range of products maintains the skin’s natural barrier, by using mild but effective cleansers to remove soils gently, and by using products to condition the skin.
Healthy, well-conditioned skin retains more moisture and is less likely to absorb and react to harmful irritants. Robust new dispensers are designed to stand up to the toughest working conditions and appeal to the workforce, which, says GOJO, is critical to getting staff to use them.
Also part of the programme are site audits, which involve the company helping specifiers choose the right products for the right situations. A training programme with instructional posters and handouts is also offered to encourage workers to take care of their hands.
For more information, visit www.GOJO.com/unitedkingdom