Heading back to your workplace? Have you checked the air quality of your office? How do you make it a safe place for working? Check out the 5 measures below and get your workplace ready for preventing covid-19.
Ramp up the cleaning practices
Viruses are found all over the world, and what we have to do is to sanitise everything in sight. It is advised to disinfect the whole office at least once a day, while the high-usage areas such as toilets and pantry should be disinfected twice or more a day. Meanwhile, we have to be much more conscious about killing germs on the things we touch, like mice, keyboards, phones, etc.
Take your body temperature
Take your body temperature before entering the office to ensure the health of employees. If you have a fever, you should contact the company immediately and seek medical advice immediately to reduce the risk of the spread of the coronavirus. Also, to minimise the risk of covid-19 spreading in the office, it is suggested to use partitions or maintain a social distance of 1.5 meters with your colleagues.
Get an Aurabeat AG+ air purifier
If you want to improve the air quality in the office to enhance a better anti-epidemic effect, Aurabeat AG+ air purifier would be a good choice.
The Aurabeat silver ion technology was proven by MRIGlobal that can eliminate >99.9% of coronavirus in 30 minutes. In addition, Aurabeat air purifiers can also greatly reduce the risk of spreading coronavirus by air droplets, thereby reducing the risk of secondary infection. Also, it can completely filter the air in 538 square feet, which means it can effectively protect offices, hotel rooms, and shops, etc.
Go for video conferencing
To reduce the chances of the staff catching the viral infection, it is advised to replace face-to-face meetings with video conferences, teleconferences, or other communication tools. If virtual meetings are not possible for the situation, you should wear a surgical mask and keep a proper distance from each other. Using a silver ion air purifier during the meeting will be a plus.
Manage your visitor operations
Human contact is the biggest way the covid-19 has spread across the world. To reduce the risk of infection, it is advised to limit the number and frequency of visitors. Reduce direct physical contact such as shaking hands, and take the temperature of visitors, can also help prevent the spread of infection.