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Among those messages is frequent hand washing with soap and water. The practice of hand washing with soap and clean water is one of the cheapest, easiest and most important ways to prevent the spread of coronavirus. (...) As such, UNICEF is supporting the Government with provision of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) supplies like soap, detergents, hand sanitizers, chlorine and hand washing stations for health facilities, families and communities at risk. (...) The elbow hand washing will support the practice of hand washing to prevent COVID 19 transmission. 
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Score: 1962077.3 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/...detergents-prevent-coronavirus
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UNICEF/Syria/2020/Christine Rezk Nizar, 11, washes his hands at his school in Nashabeya, eastern Ghouta. (...) says Haneen, 10, as she washes her hands at her school in Nashabeya, eastern Ghouta. (...) Since then, I always remind my friends not to touch their faces and to wash their hands frequently,” he says. UNICEF/Syria/2020/Christine Rezk Shirin, 9, washes her hands at her school in Nashabeya, eastern Ghouta.
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Score: 1872635.4 - https://www.unicef.org/syria/s...-and-sanitation-rural-damascus
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HAND HYGIENE FOOD HYGIENE OTHER HYGIENE MEASURES CLEAN THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT • Remind students, teachers and non-teaching staff that they should wash their hands frequently • Promote the correct technique for washing hands, which should take at least 20 seconds • Ensure the availability of hand washing stations with soap and water or water with chlorine solution (0.05%) • Keep handwashing facilities clean and sanitized to reduce the risk of infection • Ensure sufficient water is available in schools for drinking and hygiene • Treat drinking water whenever possible • Ensure taps are regularly cleaned and disinfected • Avoid sharing cups or glasses • Promote safe storage of treated water in clean and covered containers • Cooks must wash their hands with water and soap before cooking and serving food • Avoid bare-hand contact with ready to eat food to reduce the chances of contaminating it • Continue to promote environmental cleaning, disinfection, hand and personal hygiene • Mop the classroom with commercial detergent and disinfectant • Kitchen surfaces, utensils and cutlery must be sanitized before use • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a wet rag and a regular household cleaning spray with disinfectant • Cleaning staff must be equipped with basic PPEs (boots, gloves, masks) and trained on safe disinfection practices • MHM waste and tissues used for coughing and sneezing should be disposed of in bins • Eliminate waste safely on-site (incineration or pit burning) or transported to an adequate landfill • Mop bathroom-toilets with commercial detergent and disinfectant • Frequent, at least daily, disinfection of floors and door handles • Sanitation staff must be equipped with basic PPEs (boots, gloves, masks) and trained on safe disinfection practices • Ensure availability of cleaning and disinfection supplies (chlorine, detergents, mop, buckets) • Safe elimination of faecal materials and wastewater either on-site or off-site • Remind students and staff to avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth without proper handwashing • Promote respiratory hygiene by coughing or sneezing into a bent elbow or tissue and then immediately disposing of the tissue in the bin COVID-19 WASH and Infection Prevention and Control Measures in SchoolsGN1 MAKE SUFFICIENT WATER AVAILABLE FOR DRINKING AND HYGIENE MAKE SURE TOILETS (FOR GIRLS AND BOYS AS WELL AS CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES) ARE CLEAN AT ALL TIMES ON-GOING ACTIVITIES • Ensure continued availability, functionality and maintenance of WASH services • Integrate disease prevention in lessons and school committee activities • Prioritize WASH activities in School Improvement Plans ACTIVITIES WHEN CHILDREN RETURN TO SCHOOL AFTER CLOSURE DUE TO COVID-19 PROVIDE WASTE COLLECTION BINS WITH LIDS FOR FURTHER DETAILS: ROSA, WASH (tdooley@unicef.org) COVID-19 Planning and Implementing a Behaviour Focused Hygiene Promotion Intervention and Activities GN2 MAP EXISTING ACTORS AND ACTIVITIES IDENTIFY THE TARGET BEHAVIOURS SUSTAINABILITY OF HYGIENE PROMOTION OUTCOMES REVIEW EXISTING DATA AND MECHANISMS RESPONSE: KEY ACTIONS REVIEW COORDINATION MECHANISMS COLLECT EXISTING MATERIALS RAPID ASSESSMENT BEHAVIOURS AND THEIR DRIVERS Map existing actors as well as channels, campaigns and promotion activities for hygiene and health. (...) An IPC kit should include: soap or hand sanitizer, commercial detergent and chlorine- based products, gloves, mop and bucket or basin; in areas where there is no running tap water, a bucket with a tap can be added for use as a home hand washing facility. • Regular cleaning of often-touched surfaces in the household • In collaboration with UNICEF’s C4D, ensure households have guidance on how to use the materials to break COVID-19 transmission routes • Continuous access to water, ensuring equal access to all • Ensuring access to dedicated handwashing and sanitation facilities • Ensuring the use of dedicated sanitation facilities for suspected cases • Ensuring the availability and use of hygiene and cleaning materials • Regular cleaning of often-touched surfaces in public spaces WASH IN PUBLIC SPACES AND POPULATIONS 1 WASH IN HOUSEHOLDS WITH CONFINED PERSONS (I.E. (...) In areas where trucking water is opted for test water for free residual chlorine (>0.5 mg/l) • When possible, provide water stations with pedal-operated taps to minimize hand contact; where standard taps are in use, ensure taps are regularly disinfected SANITATION • Ensure toilets are regularly serviced and disinfected • Provide dedicated toilets for patients with suspected and confirmed cases of COVID-19 • Treat faecal materials with lime for 30 minutes in order to inactivate viruses • Ensure the safe collection, treatment and final disposal of patient faeces PERSONAL HYGIENE • Make hand hygiene facilities and products available at the entrance and exit of the healthcare facility, near the bathroom or toilet, and at all points of care • Avoid close contact with other people - no hugging, kissing/ pecking cheeks, shaking hands • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth if hands have not been disinfected • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the bin • Wash hands with water and soap after coughing or sneezing • Frequently remind healthcare workers, patients and caretakers on why, when and how to wash hands ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANING • Ensure the continuous availability of disinfection supplies (chlorine, lime, detergents) and cleaning equipment (backpack and hand sprayers, mops and buckets), as well as personal protective equipment (aprons, boots and goggles) • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray • Clean floors with warm water and detergent or soapy water, followed by proper disinfection • Use chlorine solution to pre-treat wastewater from washing hands, cleaning, laundry, bathing and teeth brushing activities WASTE MANAGEMENT • Make pedal-operated waste collection bins (or bins with swinging lids) available • Open waste containers are better than those requiring physical opening • Use waste bin liners • Use the 3-bin waste segregation system for infectious waste, sharps and general waste • Make final disposal arrangements i.e. incineration, autoclaves or pit burning (with kerosene)
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Score: 1863349.6 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/media/8106/file
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Washing hands with soap and water or using hand sanitizer kills viruses that may be on hands. Any form of soap or detergent will do. It does not have to be an expensive brand, nor does it have to be marked "antibacterial".   (...) If people do not have soap, detergent or hand sanitiser available, then use chlorinated water.
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Score: 1843649.6 - https://www.unicef.org/somalia...e-best-ways-stay-safe-covid-19
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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 69, REAR-MARKING PLATES FOR SLOW MOVING VEHICLES / SUBMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM INDIA
GENERAL ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2006/39 21 July 2006 Original: ENGLISH ENGLISH AND FRENCH ONLY ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE INLAND TRANSPORT COMMITTEE World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29) Working Party on Lighting and Light-Signalling (GRE) Fifty-seventh session 2-6 October 2006 Item 5.4. of the provisional agenda PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION No. 69 (Rear-marking plates for slow moving vehicles) Submitted by the expert from India Note: The text reproduced below was prepared by the expert from India in order to introduce requirements for bonding strength of adhesive materials and for resistance to power washing and adhesion strength of retro-reflective marking plates. (...) A test sample smeared with a mixture of detergent lubricating oil and graphite shall be easily cleaned without damage to the retro-reflective surface or fluorescent surface when wiped with a mild aliphatic solvent such as n-heptane, followed by washing with a neutral detergent. 7.2. Power washing 7.2.1. When subjected to a continuous spraying action for 60 seconds on the test component in its normal mounting conditions, a test sample shall show no damage to the retro-reflective surface or delaminate from the substrate or separation from the sample mounting surface under the following set-up parameters: (a) Water/wash solution pressure 8 ± 0.2 MPa; (b) Water/wash solution temperature 60° - 5 °C; (c) Water/wash solution flow rate 6 to 7 l/min; (d) The tip of the cleaning wand to be positioned at distance of 600 ± 20 mm away from the retro-reflective surface; (e) Cleaning wand to be held at no greater angle than 45 degrees from perpendicular to the retro-reflective surface; (f) 40 degree nozzle creating wide fan pattern."
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Score: 1840835.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2006/39&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 70, REAR-MARKING PLATES FOR HEAVY AND LONG VEHICLES / SUBMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM INDIA
GENERAL ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2006/40 21 July 2006 Original: ENGLISH ENGLISH AND FRENCH ONLY ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE INLAND TRANSPORT COMMITTEE World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29) Working Party on Lighting and Light-Signalling (GRE) Fifty-seventh session 2-6 October 2006 Item 5.4. of the provisional agenda PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION No. 70 (Rear-marking plates for heavy and long vehicles) Submitted by the expert from India Note: The text reproduced below was prepared by the expert from India in order to introduce requirements for bonding strength of adhesive materials and for resistance to power washing and adhesion strength of retro-reflective marking plates. (...) A test sample smeared with a mixture of detergent lubricating oil and graphite shall be easily cleaned without damage to the retro-reflective surface or fluorescent surface when wiped with a mild aliphatic solvent such as n-heptane, followed by washing with a neutral detergent. 7.2. Power washing 7.2.1. When subjected to a continuous spraying action for 60 seconds on the test component in its normal mounting conditions, a test sample shall show no damage to the retro-reflective surface or delaminate from the substrate or separation from the sample mounting surface under the following set-up parameters: (a) Water/wash solution pressure 8 ± 0.2 MPa; (b) Water/wash solution temperature 60° - 5 °C; (c) Water/wash solution flow rate 6 to 7 l/min; (d) The tip of the cleaning wand to be positioned at distance of 600 ± 20 mm away from the retro-reflective surface; (e) Cleaning wand to be held at no greater angle than 45 degrees from perpendicular to the retro-reflective surface; (f) 40 degree nozzle creating wide fan pattern."
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Score: 1840835.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2006/40&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT SUPPLEMENT 3 TO REGULATION NO. 104, RETRO-REFLECTIVE MARKINGS / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIERS (CLEPA)
A test sample smeared with a mixture of detergent lubricating oil and graphite shall be easily cleaned without damage to the retro-reflective surface when wiped with a mild aliphatic solvent such as n-heptane, followed by washing with a neutral detergent. 5.2. Power washing 5.2.1. When subjected to a continuous spraying action for 60 seconds, a test sample shall show no damage to the retro-reflective surface or delaminate from the substrate under the following set-up parameters: - Maximum water/wash solution pressure 80 bar - Maximum water/wash solution temperature 60oC - The tip of the cleaning wand to be positioned at a minimum of 600 mm away from the material - Cleaning wand to be held at no greater angle than 45 degrees from perpendicular to the retro-reflective surface - 40 degree nozzle creating wide fan pattern." (...) JUSTIFICATION Currently, the tests contained in Annex 8 of Regulation No. 104 do not include performance requirements for adhesion strength of conspicuity markings or resistance to power washing, which is the industry standard. This proposal remedies this situation.
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Score: 1836554.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2006/2&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR SUPPLEMENT 4 TO THE 01 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO THE REGULATION NO. 69, REAR-MARKING PLATES FOR SLOW MOVING VEHICLES / SUBMITTED BY THE WORKING PARTY ON LIGHTING AND LIGHT-SIGNALLING (GRE)
A test sample smeared with a mixture of detergent lubricating oil and graphite shall be easily cleaned without damage to the retro-reflective surface or fluorescent surface when wiped with a mild aliphatic solvent such as n-heptane, followed by washing with a neutral detergent. 7.2. Power washing 7.2.1. When subjected to a continuous spraying action for 60 seconds on the test component in its normal mounting conditions, a test sample shall show no damage to the retro- reflective surface or delamination from the substrate or separation from the sample mounting surface under the following set-up parameters: (a) Water/wash solution pressure 8 ± 0.2 MPa; (b) Water/wash solution temperature 60° - 5 °C; (c) Water/wash solution flow rate 7 ± 1 l/min; (d) The tip of the cleaning wand to be positioned at distance of 600 ± 20 mm away from the retro-reflective surface; (e) Cleaning wand to be held at no greater angle than 45 degrees from perpendicular to the retro-reflective surface; (f) 40 degree nozzle creating wide fan pattern
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Score: 1835765.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2008/23&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR SUPPLEMENT 6 TO THE 01 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO THE REGULATION NO. 70, REAR-MARKING PLATES FOR HEAVY AND LONG VEHICLES / SUBMITTED BY THE WORKING PARTY ON LIGHTING AND LIGHT-SIGNALLING (GRE)
A test sample smeared with a mixture of detergent lubricating oil and graphite shall be easily cleaned without damage to the retro-reflective surface or fluorescent surface when wiped with a mild aliphatic solvent such as n-heptane, followed by washing with a neutral detergent. 7.2. Power washing 7.2.1. When subjected to a continuous spraying action for 60 seconds on the test component in its normal mounting conditions, a test sample shall show no damage to the retro- reflective surface or delamination from the substrate or separation from the sample mounting surface under the following set-up parameters: (a) Water/wash solution pressure 8 ± 0.2 MPa; (b) Water/wash solution temperature 60° - 5 °C; (c) Water/wash solution flow rate 7 to 1 l/min; (d) The tip of the cleaning wand to be positioned at distance of 600 ± 20 mm away from the retro-reflective surface; (e) Cleaning wand to be held at no greater angle than 45 degrees from perpendicular to the retro-reflective surface; (f) 40 degree nozzle creating wide fan pattern
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Score: 1835765.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2008/24&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR SUPPLEMENT 3 TO REGULATION NO. 104, RETRO-REFLECTIVE MARKINGS / SUBMITTED BY THE WORKING PARTY ON LIGHTING AND LIGHT-SIGNALLING (GRE)
A test sample smeared with a mixture of detergent lubricating oil and graphite shall be easily cleaned without damage to the retro-reflective surface when wiped with a mild aliphatic solvent such as n-heptane, followed by washing with a neutral detergent. 5.2. Power washing ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2006/66 page 3 5.2.1. When subjected to a continuous spraying action for 60 seconds, a test sample shall show no damage to the retro-reflective surface or delaminate from the substrate under the following set-up parameters: (a) Maximum water/wash solution pressure 80 bar (b) Maximum water/wash solution temperature 60oC (c) The tip of the cleaning wand to be positioned at a minimum of 600 mm away from the material (d) Cleaning wand to be held at no greater angle than 45 degrees from perpendicular to the retro-reflective surface (e) 40 degree nozzle creating wide fan pattern."
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Score: 1798837.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2006/66&Lang=E
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