Healthy Hands Make a Difference

Providing convenient access to hand hygiene leads to a healthier workplace. A comprehensive hand hygiene program from GOJO – consisting of GOJO® hand soap, PURELL® Advanced Hand Sanitizer, and PURELL Hand Sanitizing Wipes – helps promote health and well-being while reducing absenteeism and managing healthcare costs.

PURELL Advanced Workforce Solution
Healthy Hands Make a Difference

Offering proper hand hygiene opportunities is key to maintaining a healthy workplace. When given access to the PURELL™ Advanced Workforce Solution, employees not only valued the program, they were more likely to sanitize their hands before eating, clean their work areas regularly and sanitize after coughing, sneezing and handling money.1

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GOJO Healthy Office Solutions
A Smarter Solution Office restrooms are the prime location to start implementing a program that makes it easy to help employees stay healthy. Start with GOJO® foam soaps at the sink and PURELL® Advanced Hand Sanitizer at the exit; a PURELL dispenser at the restroom exit is the perfect location, providing easy access to help reduce the spread of germs. See the full line of restroom products

PURELL™ Professional Surface Disinfectant
Powerful Germ Kill,
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The brand you’ve trusted to fight germs on hands for over 25 years has revolutionized the way we disinfect and clean surfaces. PURELL™ Professional Surface Disinfectant eliminates 99.999% of germs on surfaces, including cold & flu viruses and Norovirus in just 30 seconds. Made with PURELL TOUCHABLE™ Technology and featuring a fresh citrus scent, our new surface spray is formulated for food contact surfaces, and is proven effective on countertops, stainless steel, stone and more.

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  1. Arbogast, JW., L. Moore-Schiltz, W. Jarvis, A. Harpster-Hagen, J. Hughes, A. Parker. 2016. “Impact of a Comprehensive Workplace Hand Hygiene Program on Employer Healthcare Insurance Claims plus Costs, Absenteeism, and Employee Perceptions and Practices.” Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, June 2016 Vol. 58 No. 6