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Handwash Monitoring Coming of Age in Foodservice  

Five new approaches to match individual corporate culture

The ability to change handwashing behaviors in foodservice is now a reality. First, the data drought is over. Meaningful numbers are now readily available to engage Operations and Risk Management. Trends can be interpreted by all the stakeholders in protecting their brand value while serving safer food. Workers can choose between behaviors which are rewarded or disciplined.

Quality Assurance can return to their intended role of helping Operations serve safe food. Handwashing data takes them off the hook for a staff behavior over which they have no control. Their role is purely advisory.


1. Handwashing As An Asset: Moving it from an operational expense to a marketing resource. 
http://handwashingforlife.com/blog/mike-mann/handwashing-balance-sheet

2. An Owner's Perspective: 
http://handwashingforlife.com/blog/jim-mann/handwashing-monitoring-owner-s-perspective

3. MyWIN - An Accountability Exercise: 
http://handwashingforlife.com/handsonsystem/serveready-hands/monitor

4. Monitoring Matrix:
http://handwashingforlife.com/files/Monitoring-Matrix_HFL_v17.pdf

5. Culture-Changing Handwashing:
http://handwashingforlife.com/blog/mike-mann/engaging-culture-change-handwashing-behavior

6. A New Legal Risk:
http://handwashingforlife.com/blog/mike-mann/intensified-hand-hygiene-highlights-apic-2017
 







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