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1 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Evaluation of Local Authority Campaign Work on Dermatitis in Hairdressing East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Councils Prepared by the Health & Safety Laboratory

2 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Main menu Use your mouse or press the right/ left arrows to move forwards / backwards Information Introduction & Aims Results Methodology Conclusions

3 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Introduction Chris Dunnachie & Elizabeth Smith East Riding of Yorkshire Council Deborah Read Julia Deighton Hull City Council Project delivered by: Gareth Evans & Shamim Rahman Occupational Hygiene Unit, Health & Safety Laboratory Introduction At some stage in their career 35-40% of hairdressers in GB experience dermatitis Dermatitis occurs most frequently amongst trainee hairdressers Local authorities in GB have worked in partnership with HSE and the hairdressing industry to address this problem East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull City Council have campaigned to advise hairdressing businesses, colleges, and training providers about the causes and risk of dermatitis in hairdressing Main menu Main menu

4 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Aims & Objectives Aim: To evaluate the campaign work carried out by East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council on hairdressing and dermatitis Objectives: To use a questionnaire to assess the use and uptake of guidance provided as part of the campaign To share with the wider LA community examples of good practice from this campaign and to take stock of those aspects that were not productive Participants: Hessle High School Beverley College Goole College David Lister College East Riding College Hull College Newland School for Girls Prospect Training Immingham Oasis Academy Freedom Centre St Mary’s Walk Main menu Main menu

5 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Main menu Main menu History of project In 2006 East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City councils started proactive work on dermatitis in hairdressing. In June 2008, East Riding of Yorkshire Council asked HSL to deliver a training course on dermatitis in hairdressing. The meeting was attended by local authority inspectors from East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull City Councils, and by lecturers from local education colleges and training organisations. The course encouraged staff from East Riding Council and Hull; City to carry out and evaluate the impact of their work on dermatitis amongst hairdressers.

6 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Three questionnaires (for hairdressing salon staff, college students and college lecturers & trainers) were developed by HSL The questionnaires consisted of ~20 'open' and 'closed' questions to assess the value of the DVD and guidance to the respondents Paper copies of the questionnaires were circulated by East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Councils, and the completed questionnaires were returned to HSL for analysis Methodology: Questionnaire Main menu Main menu

7 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Main menu Main menu Students: 432 students participated from local authority colleges and training providers College lecturers & trainers: 23 staff participated from local colleges and other training providers Hairdressing salon staff: 252 salons from East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull City Council participated Methodology: Study population

8 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Main menu Main menu Methodology: Collection & analysis of data Data was collated using Sphinx TM survey software and checked for integrity Summary data was analysed for significance by the Mathematical Science Unit at HSL Frequency tables and statistical tests of the proportion being equal to 0.5 (i.e., no difference) were performed. Probabilities greater than 1 in 20 are reported as significant For questions that used a rating scale, negative responses and neutral responses (1 & 2 & 3) were combined and compared to positive responses (4 & 5)

9 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Main menu Main menuResults: Hairdressing salons, students, teaching staff Results: Hairdressing salon staff Results: Students Results: Teaching staff

10 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Results menu Results menu Results: Feedback about DVD Hairdressing Salon Staff Number of hairdressing salons participating 252 Number of Councils participating 2 % response Participants from East Riding of Yorkshire % Participants from Hull City Council 61 41% Type of business Hairdressers 232 Barbers 20 How the DVD was used Training new staff Training staff Other activity* 5% 75% 20% * Examples included: For personal use; for self employed staff; to update knowledge; as a health & safety resource.

11 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Hairdressing Salon StaffResults: Feedback about DVD 1) How would you rate the DVD for raising awareness to dermatitis & glove use? Yes No 79% 21% 2) In your opinion has the DVD helped you understand the causes of dermatitis? Yes Undecided No 74% 6% 20% 3) How useful did you find the following sections of the DVD? Maxine’s story Useful Not useful 58% 42% How to select, use, and remove disposable gloves Useful Not useful 74% 26% Looking after your hands (using moisturising creams & skin checks) Useful Not useful 74% 26% = Significant difference Results menu Results menu

12 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council 4) In your opinion has the DVD persuaded you to use: Different working practices to prevent dermatitis? Yes Already aware No 24% 75% 1% Longer non-latex disposable gloves (e.g., for washing hair)? Yes Already aware No 25% 61% 14% Moisturising cream to protect skin? Yes Already aware No 14% 85% 1% Regular checks for signs of damaged skin? Yes Already aware No 29% 68% 3% Results: Feedback about DVD Hairdressing Salon Staff = Significant difference Results menu Results menu

13 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilResults: Impact of guidance, information & training 5) Have you read the leaflet “Looking after your hands: wearing disposable gloves”? Yes No 72% 28% If yes has the information in the leaflet persuaded you of the benefit of using non-latex disposable gloves (vinyl or nitrile)? Yes Already aware No 43% 47% 10% Has your business obtained the HABIA Health & Safety Award? Yes No 27% 73% Do you use the HABIA guidance booklet “Dermatitis and glove use for hairdressers”? Yes No 41% 59% As part of future training activity will you use the DVD with new starters? Yes Already aware No 84% 8% 8% Hairdressing Salon Staff = Significant difference Results menu Results menu

14 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilResults: Feedback about DVD Students % response Number of students participating 432 ~90% Number of colleges participating 6 Number of training providers participating 5 % Students currently working in salons: Yes 57% No 43% List of colleges & training organisations Beverley College, East Riding College, Goole College, Hessle High School, Hull College, Newland School for Girls, St Mary’s Walk, David Lister School, Freedom Centre, Oasis Academy, Prospect Training Results menu Results menu

15 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council StudentsResults: Feedback about DVD 1) Have you watched the DVD? Yes No 95% 5% 2) How useful did you find the following sections of the DVD? Maxine’s story Useful Not useful 70% 30% How to select, use, and remove disposable gloves Useful Not useful 80% 20% Looking after your hands (using moisturising creams & skin checks) Useful Not useful 81% 19% = Significant difference Results menu Results menu

16 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council 3) Has the DVD helped you to understand? The causes of dermatitis in hairdressing work? Yes Already aware No 73% 26% 1% How to prevent dermatitis? Yes Already aware No 80% 19.5% 0.5% How to safely use non-latex gloves? Yes Already aware No 85% 13% 2% How to protect your skin? Yes Already aware No 70% 29.5% 0.5% How to check your skin for signs of damage? Yes Already aware No 76% 23.5% 0.5% Results: Feedback about DVD Students = Significant difference Results menu Results menu

17 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilResults: Impact of guidance, information & training 5) Have you read the leaflet “Looking after your hands: wearing disposable gloves”? Yes No 56% 44% 6) Has your college given you a copy of the HABIA guidance booklet? Yes No 50% 7) Has your employer explained to you how to prevent dermatitis? Yes No 79% 21% 8) Has your employer checked your hands for signs of dermatitis? Yes No 75% 25% Students = Significant difference Results menu Results menu

18 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilResults: Impact of guidance, information & training 9) Has your employer provided you with non-latex gloves for washing hair? Yes No 86% 14% 10) Has the leaflet helped you understand the advantages of using non latex disposable gloves? Yes Already aware No 87% 9% 4% Students = Significant difference Results menu Results menu

19 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilResults: Feedback about DVD Teaching staff Number of staff participating 23 Number of colleges participating 4 Number training organisations participating 1 Had the students that watched the DVD? YesNo 95%5% For what activity was the DVD used Training students Training staff Other activity* 91% 17% 17% *Examples included: Informing employers; for group tutorials; for induction training Results menu Results menu

20 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Teaching staffResults: Feedback about DVD 1) How would you rate the DVD for raising awareness to dermatitis & glove use? Yes No 92% 8% 2) How useful did you find the following sections of the DVD? Maxine’s story Useful Not useful 96% 4% How to select, use, and remove disposable gloves Useful Not useful 96% 4% Looking after your hands (using moisturising creams & skin checks) Useful Not useful 96% 4% = Significant difference Results menu Results menu

21 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilResults: Feedback about DVD Teaching staff 3) Has the DVD helped you to understand? The causes of dermatitis in hairdressing work? Yes Already aware No 79% 21% 0% How to prevent dermatitis? Yes Already aware No 79% 21% 0% How to safely use non-latex gloves? Yes Already aware No 79% 21% 0% How to protect your skin? Yes Already aware No 75% 25% 0% How to check your skin for signs of damage? Yes Already aware No 79% 21% 0% = Significant difference Results menu Results menu

22 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilResults: Impact of guidance, information & training 5) Have the students read the leaflet “Looking after your hands: wearing disposable gloves”? Yes No 86% 14% 6) Has the glove trial leaflet helped the students to understand the advantages of using non-latex gloves? Yes Already aware No 89% 11% 0% 7) Has your college obtained the HABIA Health & Safety Award? Yes No 84% 16% 8) Do you provide your students with a copy of the HABIA guidance booklet “Dermatitis and glove use for hairdressers”? Yes No 59% 41% Teaching staff = Significant difference Results menu Results menu

23 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council How useful did you find the DVD? Not No Useful Useful difference Hairdressing salon staff Students Teachers Overall result: Value of DVD to different groups Main menu Main menu

24 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilConclusions: The survey was very well supported with questionnaires completed by 252 hairdressing salons, 432 students and 23 teaching staff from training providers across East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull City Council This survey demonstrated that a significant proportion (more than 75%) of the teaching staff and students considered that the DVD, glove trial leaflet and the HABIA guidance book had helped them to understand the causes and prevention of dermatitis A significant proportion of the hairdressing salons (79%) said that the DVD had raised awareness about dermatitis and its causes and they would use it to train staff The survey demonstrated that the DVD was valued most by trainers and students. Main menu Main menu

25 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilConclusions: Approximately 3 out of every 4 of the hairdressing salon staff said that they were already aware of the issues raised in the DVD and the guidance Approximately 4 out of every 10 of the hairdressing salon staff said that they had used copies of the HABIA guidance Main menu Main menu

26 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Main menu Main menu Conclusions: Examples of feedback Student comments about the DVD: “It was good, it helped me learn more about my hands and how to keep them healthy” “ After watching the DVD we tested ourselves with the gloves and learnt how to take them off properly” “Put more stories in about people with dermatitis” “Show more pictures of what can cause dermatitis” Hairdressing salon staff comments about the DVD: “Bit slow and patronising. Unrealistic scenarios for busy salon” “ Very informative” “Valuable for younger members of the team” “Need more info, clearly explaining dermatitis – a good introduction” “Longer length gloves not so easy to get hold of”

27 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Main menu Main menu Acknowledgements We would like to thank the following for contributing to the evaluation of the guidance and DVD: The hairdressing salon staff from Hull City and East Riding of Yorkshire. The students and teaching staff from Beverley College, Hessle High School, Goole College, East Riding College, Hull College, St Mary’s Walk, David Lister College, Newland School for Girls, Prospect Training, Oasis Academy, Freedom Centre Local authority colleagues from Hull City Council and East Riding of Yorkshire who carried out the surveys Anton Gordon (VPS at HSL) for design of the presentation Eileen Holmes (Mathematical Science Unit HSL) for carrying out the statistical analysis and Jo Bowen (CWH HSL) for supporting delivery of training events

28 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Main menu Main menuInformation: 1)Feedback from LA staff about using DVD for campaignsFeedback from LA staff about using DVD for campaigns 2)Summary of feedback provided by survey respondentsSummary of feedback provided by survey respondents 3) Previous LA Partnership work- HABIA Guidance Questionnaires used in study Questionnaires 4) Materials distributed prior to survey Dermatitis leaflet Glove trial fact sheet Dermatitis DVD (version for web sites) HABIA guidance booklet 5) Other resources Looking after and checking your skin Contamination of skin & taking off contaminated gloves HSE posters HSE website

29 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilBackground: Inspector’s suggestions encouraging use of DVD Use questionnaire on visit to assess compliance & knowledge Encourage discussion & refer to HSE skin check form Salon owner unsure of control measures to be implemented Make available portable DVD player- & encourage viewing as part of staff meeting to clarify salon rules Salon has no facility to watch DVD Have extra copies available & ask salon to ring after receipt (follow up if no contact) Salon had lost DVD / not received letter Ring to make appointment reminding that DVD & information has been sent Mail left un-opened in salon Letter explaining that salon will be inspected (including assessment of dermatitis controls) & that DVD will assist in preparing for the inspection “Far too busy” to engage with LA Inspector Solutions implemented to improve dialogue / contact Issues identified during evaluation exercise Annex menu Annex menu

30 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Annex menu Annex menu Background: Previous LA partnership work: HABIA guidance The booklet summarises the following: Five steps to healthy hands What is dermatitis? Signs and symptoms of dermatitis What causes dermatitis? Avoiding dermatitis – wearing gloves Avoiding dermatitis – looking after your skin Avoiding dermatitis – checking your skin What does the law require?

31 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilBackground: Disposable glove trial Previous studies have found that many hairdressers: Used unsuitable disposable gloves (powdered latex) Used chemicals that can damage the skin but without wearing gloves Worked for long periods doing wet work without wearing gloves Considered that disposable gloves were unsuitable for hairdressing work Comments that were made before the trial was conducted “Gloves break easily” “Gloves snag on the clients hair” “Gloves are not comfortable to wear” “Gloves make it difficult to sense the temperature of the water” Annex menu Annex menu

32 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilBackground: Glove trial methodology Laboratory tests of six different vinyl and nitrile disposable gloves included: Touch and thermal sensitivity Elasticity and durability (tear resistance) Dexterity Gloves were evaluated by an independent panel to assess: Comfort and ease of fitting and removal Consumable cost for replacing latex gloves Annex menu Annex menu

33 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilBackground: Glove trial results Once hairdressers had tried disposable vinyl and nitrile gloves that fitted well, most of them were willing to use them The hairdressers preferred longer length gloves that protected their wrists The majority preferred the close fit of nitrile disposable gloves After the trial most hairdressers were positive about using these gloves for wet work (hair washing) and handling chemicals (bleaches, perming solutions and colours) Very few gloves (<1%) were found to have broken or torn during their use What hairdressers said about the gloves they tried Annex menu Annex menu

34 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilBackground: Glove trial results An opinion that did not change after the trial: Most hairdressers said that disposable gloves cannot be worn for cutting and styling hair Examples of changes of opinion after the trial concluded Annex menu Annex menu

35 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilBackground: Development of dermatitis DVD A short educational DVD for Environmental Health Officers was produced The DVD contains A personal story of the impact of dermatitis Instructions on selecting disposable gloves and their safe removal after use Looking after your skin and checking your skin for damage HSE Five steps to healthy hands Annex menu Annex menu

36 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilBackground: What is dermatitis? Dermatitis is caused by exposure to physical, chemical and biological hazards that cause damage and provoke inflammation or allergy in the skin Dermatitis typically occurs at the site of contact (e.g., hands) with the hazard but in more severe cases can spread to involve wider areas of the body (e.g., arms, neck, and face) There are two major forms of occupational dermatitis (irritant and allergic dermatitis) Whilst the agents that cause irritant ad allergic dermatitis may be different the symptoms for both conditions are often similar Dermatitis symptoms may decline when exposure ceases but some types of dermatitis (e.g., allergic disease) persist and can be activated at a future time by exposure to small amounts of the hazard Typical symptoms Dry skinItchingRednessSwellingFlaking of skinBleedingBlisteringCracking of skin Annex menu Annex menu

37 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilBackground: How does dermatitis occur? Annex menu Annex menu

38 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilBackground: What does dermatitis look like? Annex menu Annex menu

39 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilBackground: Prevalence of dermatitis amongst hairdressers A recent survey of the UK hairdressers found that 39% reported having had dermatitis on their hands at some point during their career This compares to a prevalence of approximately 8% in the general adult population More than two thirds of hairdressing apprentices suffer some form of skin damage, and a third experience more severe changes to their skin during their first few years in hairdressing work. Annex menu Annex menu

40 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilBackground: Risk factors for dermatitis amongst hairdressers Prolonged contact of the skin with water (called ‘wet work’) Frequent contact with hazardous chemicals (particularly corrosive substances e.g., peroxides) The duration and amount of exposure For allergic dermatitis a family history of atopy (I.e, a predisposition to develop allergies to common environmental allergens e.g., pet dander, pollens, house dust mite) Females and younger age groups are more at risk Annex menu Annex menu

41 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Irritants Lightening / bleaching agents Colorants Developers Removers Perm solutions Straightening products Neutralisers & relaxers Wet work & shampoosBackground: Hazards causing dermatitis in hairdressing Allergens Persulphate salts (in bleaching agents) Paraphenylenediamine (PPD) in colorants Resorcinol in colorants Glyceryl thioglycolate / thioglycolate Salt (perms & straightening solutions) Perfumes Preservatives Nickel Latex in high protein content disposable gloves Annex menu Annex menu

42 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council A layer of moisturiser will help protect skin and reduce the chance of drying It is important to apply moisturiser after tasks like ‘wet work’ Hand lotion need not be expensive, e.g. ‘own brand’ moisturising hand lotions containing emollient, liquid paraffin, glycerine can be equally effective Products sold as barrier creams/protective creams/gloves in a bottle do not provide a genuine barrier against chemicals and water!Background: Looking after skin Annex menu Annex menu

43 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilBackground: Checking skin Checking for early signs of dermatitis Who checks? The employer A responsible trained person delegated by the employer The employee – once trained What next if you see signs? Investigate the work carried out Check regularly to see if symptoms progress Record your findings Take action to protect skin and prevent further exposure Annex menu Annex menu

44 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City CouncilBackground: Removing contaminated gloves When gloves become contaminated with chemicals (e.g., bleaches) it may not always be easy to see this The photograph below uses a special dye to show how skin (e.g., finger tips) can become easily contaminated if you do not remove gloves properly Follow this link for a chart that explains how to remove disposable gloves without contaminating skin. Or view the demonstration on the DVD.link Annex menu Annex menu

45 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Annex menu Annex menu Background: Guidance on chemical hazards A more detailed list of ingredients found in salon hair products can be found in the booklet ‘A Guide To The Health & Safety of Salon Hair Products’ 8 th Edition 2007 (written by the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Perfumery Association (CTPA). This guide to the health and safety requirements for salon products is available to order from the Hairdressing and Beauty Suppliers Association (cost: ~£1.00 plus postage; Tel: )

46 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Annex menu Annex menu Background: Guidance on skin disease The HSE skin disease website contains a lot of very useful information, advice and case studies providing information for LA inspectors as well as employers, employees and trainees. This can be found by following the link:

47 Assessment of Campaign to Reduce Dermatitis A Local Authority Partnership Project, East Riding of Yorkshire & Hull City Council Annex menu Annex menu Annex menu Annex menuBackground: Link to DVD This page links you to a website compatible video format of the DVD ‘Preventing Dermatitis: A guide for hairdressers’. Each section of the DVD can viewed by clicking the links below. Introduction About dermatitis in hair dressing Dermatitis: a personal Story Simple steps to protect your hands Wearing gloves Proper use of gloves Proper glove removal Looking after your hands Summary


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