Basic Health

Good health is essential for a happy and productive life. It allows us to do the things we enjoy, and it helps us to cope with stress and illness. There are many things we can do to improve our basic health, and this lesson will outline some of the most important ones.

Personal Hygiene

Undertaking good personal hygiene is about looking after and maintaining your body in order to be clean and presentable for the workplace. Learn about daily hygiene tasks, routine bathing, what to do about bad breath, and proper hand washing.

HIV-AIDS Awareness

In this course you will learn about HIV-AIDS. This course aims to: Very important to note! The content provided in this course should not be used for self-diagnosis nor self-treatment. Consult with a medical professional if you have any reason for concern.  The course consists of 4 parts: Introduction to HIV-AIDSHIV-AIDS is explained, including how […]

Fire Prevention Tips

Fires and burns are among the most common causes of accidental injury which could result in death. Watch this video to learn some fire prevent tips to keep you safe.

Visitor Induction

Honingcraft Group of Companies invites you to watch this visitor’s induction video. All persons (workers, contractors and visitors) should be informed of the hazards that could be encountered when entering our premises, and the controls necessary to manage these risks.

You should wash your hands for as long as it takes to sing the “Happy Birthday” song, that’s about 20 seconds.

And remember, wet your hands with clean running water (warm or cold) and use soap!

Maybe you answered that you can breathe into your hand and then smell the air.
This popular method of testing for bad breath doesn’t actually work very well.

A lot of people think that if you cup your hand over your mouth and nose and breathe into it you can tell if your breath smells bad.

But the air is released differently when you do that versus when you are face-to-face with someone, interacting with and talking to them.
A better way to lick the inside of your wrist. Wait 5-10 seconds for the saliva to dry.

Then smell the inside of your wrist where the saliva has dried.
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Hygiene is important in the workplace because it contributes to a healthy workforce. 

A healthy workforce is happier and more productive. 

A healthy workplace also means workers take less sick leave. 

Personal hygiene in the workplace makes for a more pleasant place for everyone to be in.

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Condoms are the most effective way to prevent HIV infection via sexual contact.

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Condoms are the most effective way to prevent HIV infection via sexual contact.

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There is currently no licensed HIV vaccine on the market, but multiple research projects are trying to find an effective vaccine and cure.

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There is currently no licensed HIV vaccine on the market, but multiple research projects are trying to find an effective vaccine and cure.

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HIV cannot survive outside of the body. It cannot be spread through the air, from touching, toilet seats, or shared cutlery.

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It's important to understand that HIV and AIDS are not the same thing.

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It's important to understand that HIV and AIDS are not the same thing.

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HIV cannot survive outside of the body. It cannot be spread through the air, from touching, toilet seats, or shared cutlery.

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All the listed options are ways to stay healthy with HIV.

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All the listed options are ways to stay healthy with HIV.

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No employee or applicant for employment may be required by their employer to undergo an HIV test.

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No employee or applicant for employment may be required by their employer to undergo an HIV test.