Initial, the Experts in Hygiene is spreading awareness on good hygiene habits with Hygiene Detective. The nationwide initiative is launched in conjunction with Global Hand Washing and World Toilet Day, which both are also dedicated to highlight sanitation issues and the importance of good hygiene.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/20/2015 -- Initial, the Experts in Hygiene services has launched its Hygiene Detective Campaign in conjunction with the annual World Toilet Day (19th November), which strives to highlight awareness towards sanitation crisis and vitality of good hygiene practices.
Hygiene Detective campaign supports the organisation's efforts to instill good hygiene habits among the general public. It is also crucial for the public to know that as hygiene negligence grows, infectious diseases will proliferate concurrently. Even in this modern age where information are easily acquired at the touch of a fingertip, many still take basic hygiene habits for granted and are unaware that germs can be found and easily transmitted. The risk that lies behind poor hygiene goes beyond minor illnesses such as flu, cold, stomach upsets, and headache, it often leads to cross contamination and severe epidemic or even pandemic outbreaks like typhoid fever, influenza, hepatitis A&E and etc, that could be fatal.
Now you too can become a Hygiene Detective!
Initial Hygiene Malaysia has two interactive online activities as an educational medium for its Hygiene Detective Campaign. Apart from the grand prizes, movie tickets will also be given out to the first 25 participants respectively.
- 'Escape from Germ Monsters' (19 November to 18 December 2015) - simply escape from horrendous germs and reach the safety zone at the fastest time to stand a chance to win the grand prize of an iPad Mini.
- 'Germometer' (1 January - 31 January 2016) - hand hygiene gets exciting with a germ meter to beat. Look out for it as another iPad Mini is up for grabs.
"Come join the games and learn about good hygiene practices through our fun activities. We aim to cultivate good hygiene habits among the community via this campaign, providing interesting facts and insights through interactive games and videos. With these, everyone can be a Hygiene Detective!" said Carol Lam, the Managing Director of Rentokil Initial Malaysia.
Visit www.hygienedetective.com for more information.