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CHAPTER 10

PERSONAL
HYGIENE
Prepared by :
Miss Amirah binti Mohamad Azmi

Personal hygiene
Personal hygiene may be describe as the principle of

maintaining cleanliness and grooming of the external


body.
Regular routine of personal care, washing and grooming

of hair, face, skin, teeth, ears, hands, nails and feet.

Good personal hygiene


Good personal hygiene habits include :
1. Washing the body often.
If possible, everybody should have a shower or a bath every day.
However, there may be times when this is not possible, for example, when

people are out camping or there is a shortage of water

2. Cleaning the teeth at least once a day.


Brushing the teeth after each meal is the best way of making sure that gum

disease and tooth decay are avoided.


It is very important to clean teeth after breakfast and immediately before
going to bed

3. Washing the hair with soap or shampoo at least once a

week
4. Washing hands with soap after going to the toilet

Cont
5. Washing hands with soap before preparing and/or eating

food.
During normal daily activities, such as working and playing, disease causing germs

may get onto the hands and under the nails. If the germs are not washed off before
preparing food or eating, they may get onto the food

6. Changing into clean clothes.


Dirty clothes should be washed with laundry soap before wearing them again

7. Hanging clothes in the sun to dry.


The sun's rays will kill some disease-causing germs and parasites

8. Turning away from other people and covering the nose

and mouth with a tissue or the hand when coughing or


sneezing.
If this is not done, droplets of liquid containing germs from the nose and mouth will

be spread in the air and other people can breathe them in, or the droplets can get
onto food

Poor Hygiene Practice


1. Touching face or hair
2. Wearing soiled uniform
3. Long nails
4. Wearing jewelries
5. Not wearing hair restraints
6. Chewing gum
7. Eating in food preparation and storage area
8. Not bathing
9. Smoking

When should you wash your hand?


1. Touching body, face, sneezing and clothing
2. Using the toilet
3. Eating, drinking and smoking
4. Handling dirty equipment or utensils
5. Handling raw food
6. Handling garbage
7. Other activity that contaminates your gloves

THANK YOU

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