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Tips for Fostering a Safe Work Environment

6/16/2020 (Permalink)

Person with gloves wiping phone and surfaces. Proper hygiene is key. Keep surfaces clean.

As businesses reopen, coronavirus exposure remains a concern. As a business owner in West Valley City, UT, there are several measures you need to implement to protect your staff, customers and anyone else who enters your building.

Cleanup


Proper hygiene is key. There are several things everyone in the building must do:

  • Wash hands thoroughly and frequently.
    Use hand sanitizer with a high alcohol content.
  • Keep surfaces clean with disinfectant wipes. Every surface to which workers are exposed must be cleaned properly, and you can't wait until employees arrive. It's a good idea to have coronavirus cleanup experts clean your whole building before employees return to work or you reopen for business.

Ventilation


Another issue you may need to address is your building's ventilation. As the HVAC system recycles air throughout your building, it can also spread droplets that carry coronavirus. While infection risk due to poor ventilation is not suspected to be high, anything you can do to minimize exposure is vital.


Distance


Increasing your cleanliness standards alone is not enough. Of course, people who are sick or showing any symptoms should not be allowed to come to work. Coronavirus exposure can occur even when people don't have symptoms and don't know they've been exposed, though. Even with face coverings and a regular, vigilant cleanup process, employees still need to distance themselves from each other as much as possible.

Accommodation

The best way to protect your employees from exposure to coronavirus at work, of course, is to allow them to work from home. This is especially necessary for those who are at heightened risk.

Education


Issues of public health must be addressed by the whole public. This means that all people who enter your building must understand what their roles are in COVID-19 cleanup and prevention. Effective training helps lower everyone's risk.
Protecting your employees from potential coronavirus exposure is your responsibility as a business owner. Know the precautions you need to take to protect your business and all the people who make it work.

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