Coming back to work doesn’t mean so bad after being locked. On the bright side, the most firm is asking their employees to work from home and the traffic is less outside. While at the workplace taking precautionary measures for safety.
Look out for yourself and others by incorporating a few changes to your office routine. After all, it takes a lot of teamwork to Covid-19 away from the workplace.
Don’t leave home without your COVID-19 safety gears
-Masks and gloves are the new additions to your attire that must be worn at all times.
-For added safety, you can put a handkerchief over your nose and mouth and cover it with a mask.
-Make sure your daily wear has a pocket for a hand sanitizer.
-Try to wear covered clothes to protect your skin from coming into contact with contaminated surfaces.
-Tie your hair to avoid touching it.
-Always pack your own cutleries and mugs and evade using office utensils.
Travelling to job
-Make sure you have downloaded the Aarogya Setu app and take the health analysis on a regular basis.
-The safest way to reach work is to drive your own vehicle. Ensure that you sanitize your driving wheel and door key on a regular basis.
-If driving is not a choice, you can opt for a personal cab. Uber and Ola are operating again with upgraded safety measures.
-Avoid crowded public transports like buses and carpools. If you are using the metro, stick to the 6ft rule and avoid frequent touch points.
-To minimize transmission, switch to e-payments for using public transport.
-Push doors open with your shoulder and use the sanitizer after touching door latches or railings.
Safety at work
-Keep your mask on at all times.
-Always keep a social distance of 6ft. Avoid handshakes, hugs and stick to the good old Namaste.
-Cough or sneeze into your shoulder. Don’t cover your face.
-Use the stairs. If you must use the lift, maintain social distance and keep a toothpick handy to push the buttons. Discard after use.
-If you must use the office utilities like the printer or coffee machine, make sure you sanitize your hands before and after use.
-Sanitize or wash your hands before and after using the restroom.
-Avoid crowded areas like the canteen and try having lunch at your workplace.
-If a co-worker is not feeling well, ask him/her to go home and inform the administration.