Jails and Correctional Facilities
Jails and Correctional facilities HandCuff CleanerJails and Correctional facilities move/transport active criminals daily. Some of these same individuals have been known to carry a variety of dangerous diseases such as methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), herpes, influenza, hepatitis, HIV-1 (AIDS virus) and other contagious skin conditions.

The unique design and usage of restraints provides organisms with an ideal breeding ground, making manual cleaning virtually ineffective. Blood, vomit and other body fluids from inmates can permeate the porous materials and mechanisms of the restraints. Facility employees handle handcuffs and restraints frequently making both guards & inmates equally at risk. Injuries, open wounds and the exposure to body fluids are all potential avenues for the transfer of disease.Jails and Correctional facilities HandCuff Cleaner

Regular cleaning and disinfecting of restraining devices must take place particularly after being in contact with inmates or immediately after obvious contamination. Guards must have access to the Cuff Clinic 24 hours a day 7 days a week, due to the changing shifts and continuous work hours.

Note: Recruitment Centres, Police Academy’s, Military and Training Facilities have been known to use their own dirty handcuffs during training exercises. These activities only increase the chance of exposure and transfer of blood borne diseases just waiting for the opportunity to attack!

By adopting Cuff Cleaner, your facility will be at the forefront in promoting Employee Safety, Public and Inmate Protection, along with satisfying Occupational Healthy and Safety (OH&S) requirements & (OSHA) Occupational Safety & Health Administration.

 
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