TimeWash – The Digital Hand Wash Timer
TimeWash® The Digital Hand Wash Timer – A loud audible alarm encourages employees to take the time to properly wash their hands by giving them a visual cue.
- encourage proper hand-washing procedures
- large, easy-read LCD display
- 8 pre-set countdown times
- activated by a wave of the hand
TimeWash -The Digital Hand Wash Timer
This TimeWash digital hand wash timer has a large clear LCD display that shows the time remaining for hand washing, when the time is complete the user will hear a loud audible alarm indicating that their hand wash is complete.
To activate the TimeWash timer just easily activate it by waving your hand across the sensor and the countdown timer will begin. Incorporates eight pre-set countdown times, 20, 30 and 40 seconds, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 10 minutes, the set time button is discreetly positioned on the rear of the unit.
This product is easy to install and can be mounted on a wall near the sink using Velcro (supplied) or double-sided tape.
The TimeWash is designed for use in all restaurants, hospitals, schools and in any other businesses where hand hygiene is critical and can be used as a great tool to encourage employees to take the time to properly wash their hands by giving them a visual cue.
Washing your hands is one of the easiest ways to protect yourself and others from illnesses such as food poisoning, flu and COVID-19.
Watch this video to find out the best way to wash your hands.
When should you wash your hands?
You should wash your hands:
- after using the toilet or changing a nappy
- before and after handling raw foods like meat and vegetables
- before eating or handling food
- after blowing your nose, sneezing or coughing
- before and after treating a cut or wound
- after touching animals, including pets, their food and after cleaning their cages
Washing your hands properly removes dirt, viruses and bacteria to stop them spreading to other people and objects, which can spread illnesses such as food poisoning, flu or diarrhoea.
It can help stop people picking up infections and spreading them to others.
It can also help stop spreading infections when you’re visiting someone in hospital or another healthcare setting.