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Prevent the spread of germs and infections and promote your corporate identity – with bespoke washroom dispensers

16 August 2016

Deb, a global leader in occupational skin care products offers bespoke hand hygiene solutions that combine the vital need to prevent the spread of harmful germs with innovative branding and design opportunities.

Deb provides customised washroom dispensers, whereby customers can freely choose the colour, images and wording.

“Our bespoke washroom dispensers not only provide the highest hygiene levels for our customers,” said Paul Jakeway, Marketing Director at Deb, “but it also means that we are able to match the design of the dispenser to fit each business’s exact brand requirements.”

Deb’s in-house design team will work with customers to create a dispenser that reflects a company’s brand identity and tone of voice. The dispenser also has the largest surface area for the printed designs, allowing the choice of imagery or wording to create the biggest impact.

Hand hygiene is vital in any commercial or office environment. Poor compliance can lead to:

•   Germs that are invisible to the naked eye being spread from person to person
•   Employee illness and poor morale
•   Visible skin problems for employees
•   Negative impact on business

But the outward appearance of a washroom environment is of huge importance too: unpleasant looking environments carry the risk of alienating people – whether they are customers or employees. Such environments will inevitably reflect badly on a company’s image. If dispensers are broken, empty or soiled, employees or guests are also less likely to adhere to strict hand hygiene practices.

Bespoke dispensers allow customers to create washroom environments that provide the highest standards of hand hygiene – while looking aesthetically pleasant at the same time, with great opportunities for a company to promote a cohesive brand identity. They are likely to make washroom users more inclined to wash their hands with soap and use protective and restorative skin creams, encouraging better hand hygiene compliance and improving employee skin health. This is Deb’s main objective.

“With the design capabilities available with Deb, companies can think outside of the box, and replace tired and old-fashioned dispensers with Deb’s brand-matching options,” said Paul Jakeway.

Deb’s dispensers are the ideal solution for facility managers. They maintain the highest hand hygiene standards, require minimal maintenance and are cost-effective, as a controlled amount of the solution is dispensed each time. The design is made to have the same lengthy lifespan as the dispenser itself, without the need for regular replacement.

Deb’s bespoke dispensers also use BioCote’s antimicrobial technology, which has been proven to achieve up to a 99.99% reduction in bacteria, mould and fungi over a 24 hour period. The presence of BioCote’s logo on Deb’s dispensers reassures employees and customers that excellence in hand hygiene procedures is of paramount importance to Deb.

In addition to providing the most expansive range of occupational skin care products and dispensers available on the market, Deb also provides workplaces with a range of training and educational materials to ensure hand hygiene compliance is adhered to.

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