What They Didn’t Teach You In School

It’s back-to-school season, and that means fidgety children who would rather still be outside enjoying the warm weather. Communication expert Sam Horn recently published a piece about how to focus, even when you don’t feel like it. She provides excellent advice, such as “One think at a time” (so your brain doesn’t get distracted) and conquering procrastination by asking whether the dreaded task will be any easier to tackle later on.

But she doesn’t cover something teachers don’t typically learn before taking charge of a classroom: how to handle the inevitable and unenviable task of cleaning up a biohazard spill, which is a polite way of saying, “Jamie and Billy had a juice chugging contest at lunch and vomited all over the floor.” Uh-oh.

Not to worry. We know that where there are children, there will be spill clean up situations, so we’ve put together a number of kits to help schools handle biohazard spills such as blood, urine and vomit.

The Biofresh Biohazard Kit contains everything you need to handle and dispose of biohazardous material:

Each Personal Protection Kit contains:

  • A disposable dustpan and brush set
  • Dustmask
  • A pair of High Risk Protective Gloves
  • Disinfecting towelettes
  • Red biohazard disposal bag and tie
  • Zip tie

We know that getting kids to focus can be an ongoing challenge, even for the best teachers. We aim to make your job a little easier, by helping you keep the classroom pristine and the kids safe and healthy, no matter what kind of mischief they get up to during lunchtime and recess.

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