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Technical guide for handwashing facilities in public places and buildings


guide Aug 2020 ; 44 pages
Ed. WaterAid - London
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Abstract:
This technical guide, which is steering our COVID-19 response, provides guidance on best practice for permanent or semi-permanent handwashing facilities in public places and buildings, and shares innovation and learning from our hygiene response to date. We suggest using it in conjunction with a hygiene behaviour change intervention. While access to handwashing facilities in the home is equally important as in public spaces, we have not included it because designs tend to be different, and the responsibility for installing and maintaining them belongs to households.
Contents:
PART A: Guidelines 3
1. Initial considerations 3
2. Design 4
2.1 Design principles 4
2.2 COVID-19 adaptations 7
3. Installation 9
3.1 Installation – general requirements 9
3.2 Specific considerations for healthcare facilities 11
4. Management, operation and maintenance 13
PART B: Examples from WaterAid programmes 15
1. Handwashing facility – foot-operated for 1–2 users 15
2. Handwashing facility – foot-operated for 2 or more users 23
3. Handwashing facility with large overhead tank feeding multiple taps 25
4. Handwashing facility connected to piped water supply 27
5. Adaptation for users with disabilities 28
PART C: Technical details and protocols 30
1. Details of hands-free mechanisms 30
1.1 Foot-operated pedals 30
1.2 Lever-arm taps 33
1.3 Sensor-based technology 33
2. Handwashing facilities linked to rainwater harvesting 34
3. Soak-pit design 35
4. Cleaning and disinfection protocol 37
5. Monitoring checklist 39
Introduction 1
References 41

Mots clefs:

bloc sanitaire public (DT) (OP) , covid-19 (DT) (OP) , lavage des mains, savon (DT) (OP) , urbain (DT) (OP)

Editeur/Diffuseur:

WaterAid - London - Royaume Uni
    

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