COVID-19 is not going anywhere anytime soon. Keep your workers safe by making use of the below points.
Work from Home
Your employees may be able to get their job done at home. You shouldn’t ask them to come to the office, as the chances of them contracting the virus when commuting to work are high. They would spread it to their co-workers, infecting everyone too.
How Many People Are There?
In line with the above point, you can only get some people to come to work. The rest can work from home. The fewer people in the space the better.
You need to make masks mandatory in the workplace. If one of your employees is infected, they wouldn’t easily be able to transfer the virus, as the masks would act as barriers. Unfortunately, quite a few people aren’t fans of wearing masks. Make it mandatory so that they are forced to.
Should they be wearing the masks at all times? Not really – they would feel suffocated. Just when they are interacting with others.
If you want to, you could enforce them to wear two masks at once. It would virtually eliminate the chances of someone infecting another. But your workers might not be too happy about this.
Make sure that your workers are constantly clean. By getting them to wash their hands often, the chances of them carrying the virus would be lower. They may not have enough time to constantly be washing their hands, which is why hand sanitizers are an even better idea. You can purchase hand sanitiser stations online. Some of the best work automatically, so cross-contamination won’t be an issue.
Clean the Space
Clean the office regularly. Think about doing it at the end or beginning of every day. By wiping everything down with sterilizers, the chances of the coronavirus being anywhere in the office would be low.
You don’t have to spend long cleaning as a spray of sterilizer and then a quick wipe down would do.
What’ll help keep everyone in the vicinity safe would-be social distancing. They would have to be at least 2 feet apart. If someone is carrying the virus, the distance would keep them from infecting the others.
You could space out cubicles and have desks far away from each other. This limits how much contact workers would have.
Let’s wrap this up. There are enough and more things that would keep your workers safe at the office. One of the best things you could do is restrict the number of people in the vicinity. You can get the ones that don’t need to be at the office to work from home. This is a win-win situation, as you’d be saving on electricity. The ones at the office should socially distance, as this drastically reduces the chances of contraction – space their desks far apart.
Make sure that you regularly clean the space and include sanitizers too.