If Suzie forgets to wash her hands -- which is rather likely since she was probably only in there to smoke pot during her break -- the ID badge will gently beep as a reminder.
Then, if Suzie completely fails to wash before leaving the room, the system automatically updates her Facebook status with embarrassing photos.
When it comes to punishment and public humiliation, CloudClean doesn't mess around.
Actually, the system just notifies management that Suzie probably shouldn't be on fish duty. But the other idea would definitely work, too.
Another similar system, Biovigil, also uses electronic badges. When a doctor or nurse enters a patient's room, the badge reminds the individual to use sanitizer. Then, he or she holds a hand up to the badge which detects alcohol. If sanitizer has been used, the badge turns green so everyone knows. And all this is recorded in a central server.
It actually seems like a great system for busy and distracted health care workers, hopefully making germs one less thing to worry about.
As opposed to all those cancerous Skittles growing on your thigh.