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Office Sanitizer Stations

A truly touchless solution to workplace sanitization

Hand Sanitizer Where It Is Needed

Cleaning hands at key times with soap and water or hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol is one of the most important steps you can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to those around you. (CDC)

Monthly Hand Sanitizer Station Program

54% of U.S. employees say they are worried about exposure to COVID-19 at their job1

Aramark Hand Sanitizer Stations provide a monthly refillable sanitizer experience allowing employees to stay safe whenever needed. The wall-mounted model allows for easy access and clearly designated sanitization areas to avoid tripping or confusion.

The Product

Wall and floor mounted units create opportunity for designated sanitization locations, eliminating need for bottles that can be moved and lost.

Hand Sanitizer Solution

  • Foaming sanitizer quickly absorbs into skin, reducing mess and waste. Dye and fragrance free.
  • Drip trays catch any excess sanitizer, eliminating risk of slips or spills.
  • Contains 76% ethyl alcohol, meeting APIC, PHAC, CDC and WHO Healthcare Personal Hand Wash guidelines
Employee Peace of Mind
54% of U.S. employees say they are worried about exposure to COVID-19 at their job 1
71% of employees say their employers must be prepared to safely bring employees back to the workplace 1
97% of companies reported plans to enhance their cleaning and disinfection, as well as increasing access to hand and surface sanitizers 2
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Additional Benefits & Details

  • Installation and regular servicing by trusted Aramark Representative
  • Aramark's robust supply chain ensures product availability during times of high demand
  • Consolidation of invoices makes Aramark your one stop shop for workplace safety and refreshments



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1Courtesy Eagle Hill Consulting survey, which included 1,000 respondents from a random sample of employees, was conducted from April 22-27, 2020

2Courtesy Harvard Business Review, May 28, 2020. https://hbr.org/2020/05/8-questions-employers-should-ask-about-reopening?ab=hero-main-image