After weeks of remote learning, students will finally be able to return to classrooms full time.
Kids are excited to go back to school, however, it has raised some concerns among parents. The right precautions are necessary to prevent the potential spread of COVID-19 in school settings.
From handwashing and hygiene to cleaning, we can offer retail and wholesale options to help you create a safe, healthy and hygienic learning environment, limiting the spread of coronavirus.
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In line with the World Health Organization’s official guidelines, these are our curated essentials for keeping your school COVIDClean.
HANDWASHING & HYGIENE
Prepare and maintain handwashing stations with soap and water, and if possible, place hand sanitisers in each classroom, at entrances and exits, and near lunchrooms and toilets. Students can also be encouraged to keep a small hand sanitiser and alcohol wipes in their bags.
Given the frequency of handwashing required for food service, we recommend using hand sanitisers and hand wash with a conditioner to help keep hands moisturised without feeling sticky or slippery. Prices start from $3.19 for travel sizes, ranging up to $19.99 for our 1-litre options.
Vital+ Tip: Teach students how to effectively wash and dry their hands, use hand sanitiser, and dispose of tissues and wipes. Display clear signs or posters with instructions in classrooms, toilets, and lunchrooms. Create a sanitising station in each classroom well stocked with wipes, hand sanitiser, tissues, and a bin.
As per the guidelines, school buildings, classrooms and especially water and sanitation facilities should be cleaned and disinfected at least once a day, particularly surfaces that are touched by many people (railings, lunch tables, sports equipment, door and window handles, toys, teaching and learning aids etc.). Larger areas will require disinfectants while surfaces can be cleaned with wipes.
Remember that sick students, teachers and other staff are recommended not to go to school and that schools should promote social distancing. To keep your school safe and to show parents that substantial safety measures are being taken, a contactless thermometer accessible to each grade or year is a sensible choice. This type of thermometer is equipped with an infrared sensor, enabling staff to read temperatures from a distance without skin contact.