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          VR Training Game Changer for Improving Hand Hygiene Compliance

          Recent study shows that 80 percent of healthcare professionals say they would like to improve their hand hygiene compliance. The survey covering more than 1,000 healthcare professionals in five different countries also revealed that 60 percent would like hand hygiene to be given higher priority in their unit, while 40 percent said they would like to receive better training in hand hygiene. It is a clear indication for management teams to improve hand hygiene training in healthcare facilities.

          To address hand hygiene issues within the healthcare industry, Tork—a brand of leading global hygiene and health company Essity—is one of the first to launch an interactive virtual reality
          (VR) hand hygiene training simulation. In the virtual world, the player takes on the role of either a nurse or a physician on duty in a hospital unit. The player takes care of several patients and, depending on the player’s level of success in complying with the World Health Organization’s (WHOs) ‘5 Moments for Hand Hygiene’, there are different results.

          Healthcare professionals are well aware of the importance of hand hygiene and this is part of their training. The exciting
          thing about this innovative training in virtual reality is that it allows professionals to test their knowledge in a safe simulation of a patient environment and to receive direct feedback and to learn from mistakes,” says Professor Didier Pittet, director, Infection Control Programme & WHO Collaborating Centre on Patient Safety at the University of Geneva Hospitals and Faculty of Medicine Geneva, Switzerland.

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          NSC Introduces Lorraine Pack Memorial Scholarship

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          ITASCA, IL -- The National Safety Council is introducing a new scholarship program for women seeking post-secondary education to pursue a career in EHS – environment, health and safety – or related field.

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          Fsmmag.com Gets A Make-Over

          FSM Staff | 01.14.20

          BIRMINGHAM, AL -- As a part of the celebration of our upcoming 200th issue of Facility Safety Management, fsmmag.com has received a make-over. The new and improved website has been modernized to be not only aesthetically pleasing, but it also offers better navigation to its readers.

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          EPA settles with SoCal Refinery to Improve Chemical Safety at Facility

          FSM Staff | 01.14.20

          TORRANCE, CA -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced a settlement agreement with the Torrance Refining Company, LLC over chemical safety and risk management violations.

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          Highmark Fights Opioid Stigma, Promotes Workplace Recovery

          FSM Staff | 01.13.20

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          BSEE Safety Initiatives Support Record Oil Production

          FSM Staff | 01.13.20

          NEW ORLEANS -- The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement announced that for the first time in history, oil production from the Gulf of Mexico exceeded 2 million barrels per day in August 2019.

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