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Deb USA, Inc. announces it has launched a new website. The new site brings together all of the elements in the group’s fight against occupational skin disorders and the spread of infections – which is in line with its mission to ‘Make Hands Matter in the Workplace.’ At www.debgroup.com/us, customers can find product details, share information and learn about hand hygiene and skin care. Deb has also created a launch video to introduce the website, which is available at: https://youtu.be/AA5gJGrICdE
“Occupational skin disorders and the spread of germs can affect both an organization’s efficiency and the health and well-being of its staff,” said Isabelle Faivre, vice president of marketing at Deb North America. “Our new website provides employers and employees with the information and resources they need to combat these threats.”
Every market sector requires its own hand hygiene and skin care program. Based on years of experience and research, Deb has developed dedicated programs for sectors including industrial, commercial, healthcare and food. They consist of three elements: Essential Products, Vital Information and Highest Standards of Behavior.
To find the right information on Deb’s new website, users simply need to select the market sector that best fits their requirements. An easy-to-use product selector leads to pages that provide detailed information about Deb’s wide range of skin care products, including pre-work creams, hand cleansers, hand sanitizers and restorative creams.
“In addition to the most comprehensive range of occupational skin care products available on the market, Deb provides employers and employees with training and educational materials,” said Faivre. “Many of these materials are easily accessible on our website.”
The website includes responsive design functionality, maximizing the user experience whether using a smart phone, a tablet or a desktop computer. The Resources section provides downloads including videos, posters, signs and brochures. Deb’s blog features weekly thought-leadership articles on hand hygiene, prevention of occupational skin disorders, infection prevention, and food safety.
Source: Deb USA, Inc.