Paul Barnhill

Barnhill is an accomplished human hygiene expert and sanitation engineer with over 28 years of experience in developing innovative automated hygiene technology and is responsible for driving product development, research, and training programs designed to improve employee hygiene and sanitation SSOPs.

Recent Posts by Paul Barnhill:

by Paul Barnhill, on June 20,2019

An effective shoe sanitizing program is critical in preventing employee work shoes from contaminating food production zones and ultimately finished food products. In this blog, we'll explore why standard practices …

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Topics:Food Processing

by Paul Barnhill, on May 21,2019

Choosing the Best Work Boots to Use with Boot Scrubbers Protection, comfort and durability are typically the main considerations when first evaluating a footwear solution for your food production facility …

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Topics:Footwear Hygiene Resources

by Paul Barnhill, on April 18,2019

Clean room classification is one of the most complex – yet essential – parts of designing and building a clean room. There are many important questions that need to be …

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Topics:Cleanroom & Pharma

by Paul Barnhill, on May 15,2018

Everyone understands the importance of good hand hygiene, but the reality is that out in the real world… most people don’t understand the power of hand hygiene to reduce the …

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Topics:Hand Hygiene Resources

by Paul Barnhill, on April 6,2016

If you're one of 22 million people setting sail on a cruise ship vacation this year, you should listen up! Even though cruise lines have taken steps recently to raise …

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Topics:Travel & Leisure

by Paul Barnhill, on March 6,2015

Food Safety Audits - What To Do Next? When an internal food safety audit reveals holes in your safety and sanitation processes, take heart. Considering the frequency of foodborne illness …

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Topics:Food Processing

by Paul Barnhill, on January 20,2015

It’s the height of flu season, and just trying to avoid coughing co-workers in the office or plant facility may not be enough to stave off a case of the …

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Topics:Hand Hygiene Resources

by Paul Barnhill, on December 19,2014

According to the American Association of Port Authorities and the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association, cruises are a $37.85 billion industry in the United States, with the annual number of cruise passengers …

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Topics:Travel & Leisure

by Paul Barnhill, on December 4,2014

The Unhealthy Habit There are few items more ubiquitous than the little bottle of hand sanitizer clipped to a purse or student backpack, the big jug of it in the …

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Topics:Hand Hygiene Resources

by Paul Barnhill, on November 26,2014

Hands and History The definition of hygiene would be different in each century you go back to over the course of human history. For a Roman of the first century, …

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Topics:Hand Hygiene Resources