In recent years, some dangerous staph bacteria are resistant to antibiotics. Only recently has the media focused on this new serious health problem, which is an urgent concern for schools. These killer bacteria methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus or “MRSA”, have recently caused panic schools in the United States. Some of the infected students are seriously ill and some have died, these antibiotic-resistant bacteria invaded the bloodstream.
Most of the Staphylococcus bacteria cause only minor skin infections and treated with antibiotics. However, severe and fatal infections develop when antibiotic-resistant bacteria (MRSA) is included. The best prevention of all types of staph infections associated with general cleaning strategies can be incorporated into the routine cleaning practices in all schools. Here are some tips to limit the possibility of staph bacteria that infect the students:
1) Establish the environmental cleanup program, and the daily routine of toilet and dining area. Cleaning staff should be trained and supervised, that they understand and practice a thorough cleaning procedures and effective. Your local health department can advise on procedures.
2.) Using a germicidal product or solution of 1 part bleach to 9 parts water to clean any surface that requires frequent contact with students, such as light switches, doorknobs, faucet handles, handrails and all bathroom accessories. Use soap and water for at least, preferably multi-purpose cleaner for daily cleaning of all the other plants and surfaces.
3.) Install the automatic soap dispensers, automatic hand dryers, and vending machines for paper towels. These contactless ATMs to reduce the exposure of students to devices that are often caused by bacteria manual. such as staph. If the school still uses the old practical manual machines is nearly impossible to clean as often as necessary to eliminate the spread of bacteria.
4.) Immediately clean any surface, which is visible contamination of a…