Hand sanitiser products and surface disinfectants during the coronavirus pandemic – use, manufacture and supply

During the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, there is increased demand for hand sanitiser and surface disinfectant products.

HSE has guidance for employers who are providing hand sanitiser for their workers and others to use in their workplaces, and for existing and new manufacturers of hand sanitisers and surface disinfectants.The guidance about choosing hand sanitiser may also be useful to members of the public.

There is guidance on:

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