STAFF members have been transformed into life-size cut outs to spread the hospital cleanliness message.
The Trust is placing the life-size signage at all key public areas and wards to improve infection prevention performance, which was rated among the best in the country by the Care Quality Commission.
The new faces of the campaign are accident and emergency consultant Andy Lockey, consultant anaesthetist Julie O’Riordan and consultant surgeon Suhail Anwar.
Director of infection prevention and control David Birkenhead, said: “These model signs have proved to be very effective in reminding everyone in our hospitals of the importance of basic hand hygiene.
“Our staff need the support of our patients and visitors at all times and in all areas. We thank everyone for their support so far and ask them to continue to give us their support.”
Since 2004, rates of MRSA infection at the hospital have more than halved and cases of clostridium difficile are down by two thirds. The target next year however will be tougher.