CITIZEN’S ARREST! CITIZEN’S ARREST!

If youre ancient enough to remember when TV shows were filmed in black & white and watched The Andy Griffith Show, you may remember an episode when one of the small town characters on the show named Gomer Pyle had a tiff with Mayberrys Deputy Sheriff Barney Fife and yelled, Citizens arrest, citizens arrest, this blog may hit home. For a laugh, watch this very funny video clip

Now that youve had your chuckle for the day, there was a report recently claiming that if health care workers use an ALCOHOL-BASED hand sanitizer just before testing the breath of a DUI suspect; that very substance could work against the suspect – certainly not fair to the alleged perpetrator. Heres the complete story about a new YALE UNIVERSITY study. 

So a false accusation of being potentially intoxicated could occur BECAUSE of the use of ALCOHOL-BASED hand sanitizer products!

Wow.

Look, I am the biggest proponent of getting drunk drivers off the road with severe punishment for those dopey enough to get behind the wheel after drinking.

But even MY twisted justice about throwing the book at drunk drivers even for the first conviction must go into question IF indeed someone gets nailed for something that was not true.

Most states in the nation consider .08 to be the blood alcohol limit for being too intoxicated to drive a motor vehicle; lower for CDL truck drivers.

So lets say an ER worker in a hospital uses an alcohol hand sanitizer and then (within three minutes) conducts a BAC (breath alcohol content) test, the results (in some cases) could be false.

In theory, the person being tested could call for a Citizens arrest on the ER personnel conducting the test! Id love to see how this would play out in a court of law.

All of this leads me to this conclusion.

How about getting rid of those ALCOHOL-BASED hand sanitizers so omnipresent in hospital settings, and replace them with a NON alcohol product like safeHands®.

The safeHands® brand is just as effective in getting rid of the germs as those other products; without any possible toxic side effects – including the one recently found through scientific testing.

With safeHands®, you get ALL THE BENEFITS OF ALCOHOL WITHOUT ANY SIDE EFFECTS

At least, all health care facilities should begin to re-think the use of ALCOHOL-BASED hand sanitizing products, and look to replace them with a product like safeHands® 100% ALCOHOL FREE.

I know from first-hand accounts that most nurses dislike those alcohol-based sanitizers, as it dries their hands from constant use; whereas safeHands® can be used over and over without those unpleasant side-effects.

 

I would love to hear YOUR opinion of the reports of the YALE study noted above; and any other things on your mind about the use of possibly toxic and even flammable alcohol hand sanitizers. Write to me anytime at BigJaySorensen@gmail.com. I promise to get back to you quickly. Who knows, with your permission, I may quote what you have written.

To purchase safeHands® simply click HERE

Do not drink and drive.

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safeHands® Brand Alcohol-Free Hand Sanitizer to Recognize Outstanding, Innovative Teachers

It started out as a dream of Founder & CEO, Dr. Jay Reubens (known as “Dr. J” and inventor of the first touch-free dispenser) when he set out to develop a safe and effective alternative to alcohol-based hand sanitizers. Dr. J’s goal was to ensure that his foam-based hand sanitizer not only killed over 99.99% of germs – but that it helped soothe, nourish and preserve the skin’s natural oils.

So as an innovator, Dr. Jay Reubens and the entire safeHands® family wants to give back http://www.safehands.com/giving-back/ by recognizing teachers nationwide for their innovation in the classroom with the “safeHands® Inspire Minds Award.” The safeHands® brand hand sanitizer will donate a portion of sales to recognize outstanding teachers because teachers love safeHands®, the non-toxic and non-flammable hand sanitizer.

There will be three categories of teachers:

  1. Early Childhood
  2. Elementary
  3. High School

Stay tuned to the website www.safeHands.com for information about how you can participate in this coast-to-coast awards endeavor, the “safeHands® Inspire Minds Award.” Or, you can tell your favorite teacher to take part in the spirit of innovation!

Teachers work very hard. They are undervalued and often unappreciated. At safeHands®, we want to acknowledge innovative educators because the children are our future.

Media Contact Information:

Michael Nordstrom
1-800-439-4192
michael@safehands.com

 

 

GLAD HANDING

Imagine for a moment that you are one of the candidates for the office of President of the United States.

Now I am sure you pictured either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. Do not leave out the independent candidates.

Now given all of the media attention (whether it is the good media or the bad media) that these candidates have to endure or enjoy.

Hillary and her campaign minions had to put out so many fires regarding her health recently, it is amazing that they can stay awake after an exhausting few weeks of coverage about her health.

Trump released his health results recently as well, simply to make sure people know he has a heart after all. 

But the Hillary Clinton events of late had me wondering if all of the candidates for ANY office use a hand sanitizer; as they shake thousands of hands all across the nation.

Hillary had pneumonia. It was bacterial in nature.

It seems from (depending on the good media or bad media) that many people on her staff were also recently under the weather.

So let me get back to the issue of carrying a hand sanitizer. I hope that none of the major nationally known candidates carry alcohol-based sanitizers. You DO know they can combust.

I am not saying you should light a match near one of the candidates. Please DO NOT or the Secret Service will crush every bone in your body; making you likely not able to vote by pushing a button or pulling a lever to vote in November.

What I am saying is that all staff members of any campaign use an ALCOHOL-FREE hand sanitizer like safeHands®. It will not combust; nor is the product toxic to skin. Learn the science here

Perhaps you will bump into a candidate over the next few weeks leading up to Election Day in the U.S.A.

I suggest that after the glad-handing, YOU take it upon yourself to use safeHands® to make sure your hands are as germ-free as possible.

After all, you do not know who has shaken their hand before you.

The same thing may apply to TEACHERS who have to have contact with students every day. And the dangers are real

Just in case you missed one of my recent blogs, safeHands® loves teachers – and teachers love safeHands®.

Here is a brief recap.

It started out as a dream of Founder & CEO, Dr. Jay Reubens (known as “Dr. J” and inventor of the first touch-free dispenser) when he set out to develop a safe and effective alternative to alcohol-based hand sanitizers. Dr. J’s goal was to ensure that his foam-based hand sanitizer not only killed over 99.99% of germs – but that it helped soothe, nourish and preserve the skin’s natural oils.

So as an innovator, Dr. Jay Reubens and the entire safeHands® family want to give back  by recognizing teachers nationwide for their innovation in the classroom with the safeHands® Inspire Minds Award.” The safeHands® brand hand sanitizer will donate a portion of sales to recognize outstanding teachers; because teachers love safeHands© the non-toxic and non-flammable hand sanitizer.
There will be three categories of teachers:

  1. Early Childhood
  2. Elementary
  3. High School

Stay tuned to the website www.safeHands.com for information about how you can participate in this coast-to-coast awards endeavor; the safeHands® Inspire Minds Award.” Or, you can tell your favorite teacher to take part, in the spirit of innovation!

Teachers work very hard. They are under-valued and often under-appreciated. At safeHands® we want to acknowledge innovative educators; because the children are our future.

We love teachers – and teachers love safeHands®.

Reach me anytime at BigJaySorensen@gmail.com.

Find out how to purchase safeHands® here

Spread the word — not the germs.

BE BIG!

Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizers Are Flammable And Toxic!

Here is the proof of what I have been saying for years about hand sanitizers that contain alcohol: They are FLAMMABLE and can be TOXIC.

A woman went into the office of Chicago-area Congressman Danny Davis and grabbed a bottle of alcohol-based hand sanitizer, drank from it, poured it on her body and THEN set herself on FIRE. A worker at the office grabbed a fire extinguisher to put out the flames. Read this incredible story here. 

The fascinating thing about this narrative, at least on its first go around in the news cycle, was that the Congressman seemed more interested in making this incident a mental-health issue.

I can understand that, somewhat, as we see daily in most public places that there are many people in need of mental health treatment and they don’t always get it.

But for me, this incident (and others like it) is squarely about the availability of an easily available flammable substance (alcohol) as the main ingredient in those flammable sanitizing products that can be abused if ingested.

Look around you. Today, you see hand sanitizers everywhere.

And in the case of the story above, obviously, this alcohol-laden product was in plain sight in the lobby of a U.S. Congressman.

Of course, not everyone is going to drink it and then pour it on their body and ignite themselves.

But think about it. ANYONE (even children) can legally purchase hand sanitizers with alcohol as their prime ingredient in virtually any store in America!

And there are continuing stories about teens (and even younger kids)  drinking it to get drunk.

I am advocating a complete review by not only Congressman Davis but also the F.D.A. (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) of the all too easy availability of hand sanitizers containing alcohol for the general public.

And I believe there should be a ban on all alcohol sanitizers being sold to minors.

The nation of Sweden has already put them behind the counters at their stores to help protect children.

Face it. We know that products that kill germs are usually a good thing. But perhaps we need to take a closer look at their availability if these alcohol-based products are to be in places where anyone can use them – sometimes for the wrong reasons. See my change.org petition to ask the F.D.A. to ban it for sale to children under 18. . Please sign this petition if you agree.

There IS an alternative called safeHands®, a non-toxic, non-flammable hand sanitizer that kills 99.99% of germs, the same percentage as the alcohol sanitizing products. See the science behind safeHands® here. 

I would hope I am not the only person appalled by the news story at the beginning of this blog. And make no mistake, I hope the woman pulls through from this horrible incident, and gets the mental health help she needs.

We need to rethink the availability of a product that is KNOWN to be flammable, even in a government office.

You should use the non-flammable and non-toxic safeHands® brand of hand sanitizer instead…completely alcohol free! Buy it here. 

Reach me anytime if you agree or disagree about what I discuss at BigJaySorensen@gmail.com.

Spread the word, not the germs.

BE BIG!