Hand-Washing Habits


Though many church nurseries require workers to use gloves for
changing diapers, gloves don’t substitute for effective
hand-washing. Hand-washing is still the best way to prevent the
spread of germs. Set a policy requiring workers to wash hands,
especially upon entering the nursery, before feeding babies, and
after every diaper change. In your hand-washing area, provide hot
water, a mild anti-bacterial soap, a nail brush, and paper towels.
To wash properly, follow these steps:

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  • Scrub hands and wrists with soap and rinse with hot water.
  • Scrub the area under the nails.
  • Dry hands.
  • Shut off the faucet with a paper towel to avoid

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