Hand Hygiene Seal of Approval: by Proventix
Do you ever wonder if your waiter washed his or her hands before bringing you your meal? I do. I am a friend of the owner of a company called Proventix. My job is running an ad agency. His job is running Proventix: Proventix™ is a technology company whose mission is to eliminate the spread of infections acquired through these touches in the health care and hospitality industries. We protect patients, visitors, customers and workers. We help reduce the human and economic losses associated with illness. We reduce these losses by providing tools and services for quality compliance monitoring, active point-of-care communication, and successful behavior modification.
YOU! We want you to walk into a hospital or restaurant and look for the Hand Hygiene Seal of Approval logo on the door. You know, by the Visa logo at the front.
Why? Because you want to know the company cares enough to require the workers to wash hands before touching you or your food! Simple!
Like the Good House Keeping Seal of Approval. ...but more important.
Simple, reproducible on a sticker, brochure, logo...oh, and include the words: Hand Hygiene Seal of Approval.
It can be round, or whatever...but look official and corporate and trustworthy...and CLEAN.
It should look like its part of the company: Proventix: http://proventix.com/default.aspx
...but not like it is promoting the firm. It should first be about promoting clean health.