Medical training animations

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Medical training animations 
Our client in creating a series of training animations to teach people about the best practises for hand hygiene in a medical environment.

The are looking for a voice with a warm, reassuring authority to it. Think Waitrose or John Lewis - something that oozes class.

The like the tone of the film at the link below and are looking for something similar:

There is a script below for one of the animations to use for the audition.

In total there will be 6 different scripts:

4x 15 second intro films
2x 3 minute animations.

The client has not decided how many people they want to use, so there's an option to use 2 or 3 different voices. Should that happen, the budget will be split £100 for the 4x intro films and £200 per 3 minute animation.

Please only audition if you would be happy taking any single part, or all of the parts. 
2016-05-13 14:46:12 GMT
2016-05-18 10:00:00 (GMT 0) Greenwich Mean Time: Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - GBP 500
Training, business presentations, sales, and web sites
Via Internet: online
English - British
Not defined
Middle Age Female OR Middle Age Male
• Audio files must be delivered via email OR
• Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
• Deliver edited and finished voice tracks
Not defined
The voice seeker is willing to hire either union or non-union talents for this project

Script Details

The skin is a vital organ with a protective function, but it may also act as a reservoir for infection, posing a potential danger to staff and patients. Understanding how the skin works is vital to good hand hygiene. Do you have good skin sense?

The Skin
The skin is the largest organ in the body and forms a protective barrier against pathogens. It acts as the body’s first line of defence against bacteria and viruses. It also helps regulate body temperature and excretes waste products through sweat.
The skin is composed of three layers: the epidermis, the dermis and the subcutaneous tissue.
The epidermis is the outermost layer of skin, which provides a waterproof barrier. The dermis lies beneath and contains tough connective tissue, hair follicles, and sweat glands. The deeper subcutaneous tissue, also known as the hypodermis, is composed of fat and connective tissue.
The thickness of the epidermis and the dermis is between two to four millimetres, depending on the part of the body the skin is covering.

Acid mantle (hydrolipid film) of the skin
The epidermis is covered by a mixture of water and lipids. This creates a film on the skin surface known as the hydrolipid film or acid mantle. This protective film is maintained by lactic acid, fatty acids and amino acids secreted from sweat and sebaceous glands. It acts as a barrier to bacteria, viruses, fungi and other contaminants. The acid mantle also helps to prevent excess evaporation of water from the skin.
The hydrolipid film gives healthy skin its slightly acidic pH. This provides the ideal environment for skin-friendly microorganisms, known as resident skin flora to thrive. Maintaining the pH of the skin is essential to avoid the growth of pathogens.
The acid mantle can be disrupted by washing or changing the pH of the skin. If the acid mantle is disrupted or loses its acidity, the skin becomes more prone to damage and infection.
Microorganisms on the skin
Microorganisms are found on both the outer surface and in the deeper skin layers. There are two types: the resident flora and the transient flora. The deeper layers contain the resident or commensal flora. They are found on healthy skin and are not easy to remove. Commensal flora are not usually associated with disease transmission, but may cause infections if they enter the body through damage to the skin.
The transient noncommensal flora consist of microorganisms on the surface of the skin associated with healthcare acquired infections. These transient bacteria may be acquired by touching contaminated body fluids like blood, or contaminated surfaces and instruments. Transient flora are more easily removed or inactivated by hand hygiene than resident flora.
The aim of hand hygiene is to reduce resident flora and remove transient flora from the hands of healthcare staff. 
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