Flu season is here, and you know what that means: employees will be staying home sick with the flu or some other virus for days on end. The question is: how do you keep your office running smoothly when so many people are out?
The answer is simple: by taking precautions to keep everyone else healthy. You might not have a choice about whether or not your employees get the flu—but you can take steps to make sure that they don’t infect others at the office, including yourself! Here are some tips for preventing sickness and protecting both employee productivity and quality of life during this year’s flu/covid season:
Disinfectant wipes are a great way to clean surfaces. They’re easy to use, very effective in killing germs and don’t require any paper towels or cleaning products. These are a great choice for offices with low-traffic areas that need to be disinfected quickly.
Disinfectant wipes may also be used as an option for cleaning up spills or accidents within your office space (which can happen when people forget about their beverages). Their oleophobic coating makes them ideal for wiping down computers, monitors and keyboards; they won’t leave behind any greasy fingerprints like other cleaners do!
Aerosol can be used to disinfect surfaces, hands, and other objects. If you’re in a large building with multiple rooms, consider going room-to-room with aerosol cans to spray down surfaces. This will help prevent the spread of germs between rooms as well as across floors. You can also use aerosol cans to spray down your own or other people’s hands before touching anything that could be contaminated by a sick person’s sneeze or cough—this will help minimize the transfer of germs from one person to another! If you’re working in an office with cubicles or private offices (and no open spaces), spray down all the surfaces in each cubicle or private office individually before moving on to disinfecting another area of the building.
Many employers and employees are worried that the flu or ‘covid’ season will result in a spike in absenteeism, but there are several ways to keep employees at work. This article will focus on masks and how they can help prevent the spread of viruses in an office environment.
Mask use is important for many reasons: it can reduce transmission rates of a virus between people, which helps limit its spread within an office environment; it’s easy to implement as part of a broader safety plan; it can be used in conjunction with other safety measures like hand sanitizer or bleach wipes; and mask use has been linked to increased productivity due to improved concentration levels (this is known as “masking productivity”).
Covid tests are a great way to keep employees in the office during flu season. These tests can be used to test employees for covid, and they’re easy to use and administer by anyone.
Covid tests measure the amount of blood cells that have been infected with covid, so you can tell if someone has a high risk for developing the illness or not. This allows you to make sure that their co-workers aren’t exposed to any harmful pathogens that could infect them as well.
Disposable gloves are a great way to protect yourself and others from germs. They can also be used to keep your hands clean and prevent the spread of viruses like the flu.
If you or anyone else in your office is sick, it’s important that everyone practice good hygiene by washing their hands frequently with soap and water. The CDC recommends using alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water aren’t available. When handling items such as phones or computers, it’s best not to touch the keyboard or mouse with bare hands—try using a keyboard cover instead!
Keeping employees safe and healthy during flu and covid season is one of the most important things a company can do in order to maintain efficiency and productivity.
Here are five things you should consider when it comes to maintaining a clean workplace:
In the end, the most important thing is to be prepared. The flu and covid season are coming, so it’s best to be ready before they hit you hard. By keeping disinfectant wipes, disinfectant aerosol sprays, masks and gloves in your office or workspace you can keep your employees safe and healthy while staying productive at work! We can assist in standardizing these products for your office.