Hand Hygiene Videos

WRHA - Soap and water

The use of soap and water for hand hygiene is the recommended method when hands are visibly soiled. Plain soap is used for routine hand hygiene while anti-microbial soap is used in acute care high-risk areas.

WRHA - Alcohol-based hand rub

Alcohol-based hand rub is the recommended method of hand hygiene in any healthcare setting when hands are not visibly soiled.

WRHA - Hand hygiene without water when hands are visibly soiled

On occasion, you may find yourself with soiled hands and no access to running water. When access to hand washing facilities is limited and running water is unavailable, use a moist towelette to remove visible soiling from hands followed by alcohol-based hand rub.

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