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CHILD CARE CENTER HANDWASHING GUIDELINES Employees shall be instructed that hand washing is the single most important line of defense in preventing the transmission of disease-causing organisms. When Should Hands Be Washed? STAFF:Contact Supplier
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Title Washing Your Hands - Poster (13 x 9.75 inches) Author North Carolina Child Care Health and Safety Resource Center, NC DHHS Subject How to wash your hands Keywords handwashing, hand washing charts, how to wash your hands, teach kids to wash theirContact Supplier
Hand Washing 101 for Licensed Child Care Centers IN Bureau of Child Care Updated April 2013 Proper and frequent hand washing is the easiest and most effective way to prevent the spread of illness and disease in child care. Hand Washing is Required! IndianaContact Supplier