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This introduction specifies for whom these guidelines are written and what the purpose of the hygiene requirements is. It also explains why hygiene is important. These Hygiene Guidelines set out standards and advice that can limit the spread of infectious diseases such as sexually transmitted infections STIs. By adhering to these standards and advice, hygiene requirements that may be imposed at the municipal level will also be met.
You can also include these hygiene guidelines in your business plan. The manager or owner of a sex business is an employer if he or she employs staff. This could involve talking to the relevant employee about this issue, for example. This may include reaching agreements regarding who is responsible for the availability of condoms, towels and cleaning materials. But also regarding who is responsible for cleaning the rooms and any objects used during sex.
Due to their respective responsibilities, both the managers and owners of sex establishments and independent sex workers should read these guidelines. However, some sections are more relevant for sex workers while other sections are more relevant for the managers and owners of sex businesses, irrespective of whether sex workers are present.
Employees, such as cleaners, may also become infected during the course of their work. This can happen by, for example, touching an object which has semen on it. If you become ill due to bacteria, fungi, parasites or viruses, this is known as an infectious disease. Good hygiene can prevent the spread of these pathogens. Bacteria and viruses are invisible to the naked eye.
They can be found everywhere: on the skin, in body fluids such as semen and blood, in lubricant or massage liquid after use, on furniture and objects, in the air, in water, on and in food.