SafeHaven® Frequently Asked Questions

Automated hand hygiene monitoring is changing the way healthcare businesses and other industries approach hand washing and hand sanitizing. If you haven’t considered the option of automating hand sanitization, you could be missing an opportunity to keep your employees and loved ones safer.

Hand hygiene has always been extremely important in healthcare settings and other professional settings where colleagues and clients work closely together. It was catapulted into the spotlight when COVID surfaced, but the pandemic merely highlighted the key reasons businesses can benefit in investing in automated hand hygiene solutions.

Proper hand hygiene is critical to slowing or helping eliminate the spread of many infectious diseases. When employees are disciplined with hand washing and hand sanitizing, they can protect themselves as well as their colleagues and loved ones back home. The problem can be getting to a sink to wash hands or finding a wall-mounted hand sanitizing station as frequently as needed throughout a busy workday.

Some employees may simply forget to stop at sanitizing stations, while others simply can’t break from patient care or other demanding tasks to prioritize hand sanitization. That’s where the SafeHaven® automated hand hygiene monitoring system—with its wearable sanitizing device—can be an invaluable addition to businesses that rely on hand sanitization to disrupt the spread of germs.

If your operation depends on the control of infectious germs that spread easily, now is a great time to invest in automated hand hygiene monitoring. Not only will your employees have the resources they need to keep their hands sanitary, but you’ll collect valuable data that shows compliance with safety laws and regulations. Look to GP PRO for more about the SafeHaven® automated hand hygiene monitoring system. Automation can be a key to sanitizing more often without slowing down the flow of business.

1WHO Guidelines on Hand Hygiene in Health Care: First Global Patient Safety Challenge Clean Care Is Safer Care. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2009, pg101; (Use of these materials, including any links to the websites, does not imply any relationship, affiliation or endorsement by the World Health Organization.)