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6.1 describe the key principles of good personal hygiene
The first principle of good hygiene is to avoid an exposure by forming a barrier over the skin with personal protective equipment (PPE). For more of the principles, [ visit ]
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Personal hygiene is the basic concept of cleaning, grooming and caring for our bodies.
Learning to properly take care of your body is one of the most important life skills you will learn. Proper personal hygiene requires you to take care of your body to prevent illness and keep your body healthy and clean. Practicing good personal hygiene can also prevent the spread of germs to others. Personal hygiene does not always refer to keeping your body clean, but also extends to the spaces where you live and work.

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