The transmission of communicable illness and the general spread of germs can both be mitigated with hand cleaning resources. These resources are incredibly important in busy, high-traffic environments. Sadly, however, it is not always possible to provide visitors with access to fresh, running water, soap, and other tools for normal hand-washing. When this is the case, you may want to set up a hand sanitizer station. This is simply a small area that provides access to large dispenser that’s filled with a fast-acting, topical, antimicrobial agent. Once applied to the hands, this solution will kill all germs that it comes in contact with. Although it is made with a large percentage of rubbing alcohol, it can contain secondary moisturizing agents such as aloe vera. This prevents the hands from drying out and ensure that people can regularly sanitize their hands throughout the day without risk of developing cracked, irritated skin.