The best way to remind the hotel staff to use hand sanitizer is by keeping it in sight and make it easily accessible. The hand sanitizer must be placed near the high-touch surfaces and common areas that include:
Entrance and exit point: A doorknob could potentially be the cause of a general illness in the hotel. In fact, new research showed that a within 2-4 hours a virus placed on a doorknob is taken up by 40 to 60 percent of workers and visitors. In addition to frequently disinfecting doorknobs, light switches and other high-touch surfaces within the hotel make sure you have provided a hand sanitizing station close at hand to check the spread of infection.
Cafetaria and food court: If food is taken with germ-ridden hands, germs are digested, but body is infected with several diseases. One of the most infected hotspots in a hotel is the break room and kitchen. Although hand sanitizer is not ultimate for the cook or chef, it can only help to eliminate some germs.
Meeting rooms: The meeting rooms are often packed with staffs, guests clients and other visitors, who exchange handshakes, thus transmit germs. By providing guests and the employees with an easy-to approach hand sanitizing point, allows them to protect their hands against germs before and after the use of hotel rooms.
Desks, phones, computer keyboards: These are the maximum germ transmit points because of their frequent use. People touch them so often. Those employees spend the greater part of their working hour at their desks, which is also used as a desk for eating and drinking. Even coughing and sneezing, turn the desk point a virus generating point. So placing individual hand sanitizers at desks keeps hand hygiene easily reachable.
The wall-mounted hand sanitizing dispensers and bottles on surfaces around germ hotspots remind the hotel staff to use hand sanitizer all the time. It is also very important to improve the health of hotel staffs and the guests also.