We are Hanna and Caroline, we work today as assistant nurses. During our work sessions, we encounter tens of thousands of unique homes, where we have encountered the problem of missing or difficult to find protective materials. We felt that the hygiene practices in our workplaces (the home of the patient) were neglected. Since the employer is legally responsible for ensuring that protective material is available in the workplace, which means at the home of the user, based on this problem we created Samaritan. It should be easy to do right!
Samaritan is a disposable storage system for disposable gloves, aprons, mouthguards, shoe covers, hand spirit and also includes a trash can. By hanging the Samritan in the entrance, the caretaker has protective equipment that is required easy access to this directly via arrival. You can hang the Samaritan over a door, a wardrobe or in the hat shelf. Also available to the car.
When the staff leaves the home, they take off and throw protective gear in the trash. The aim is to reduce the risk of spreading disease-related diseases that can be transmitted through close-to-body interventions. The Samaritan streamlines and structures the workplace. Samaritan improves hygiene, raises awareness and the importance of applying good hygiene practices.