In the context of the normalized prevention and control of the COVID-19 epidemic, how can we do a good job in environmental hygiene and health protection in daily office premises? Recently, in the "Online Interview" column jointly organized by People's Daily Online and the National Health Committee, Chinese disease control experts answered questions about general public relations.
Is it true that "over-disinfection" is more harmful?
Experts explained: Disinfection must be precise and scientific. If you can't do this, there may be excessive or inadequate disinfection. Disinfection is to cut off the route of transmission. If the purpose cannot be achieved through disinfection, then disinfection is over-disinfection. Although over-disinfection is a common phenomenon, it has greater harm.
First, waste resources. Second, it will cause false security. Finally, after excessive disinfection, the environment, people and objects will cause some damage, and may even have long-term effects.
How to choose disinfection products?
At present, my country divides disinfection products into three categories: disinfectants, disinfection equipment and disposable sanitary products. When choosing a product, you must first choose a legal and effective product. The domestic product must have the manufacturer’s sanitary license number on the manual.
How to maintain environmental hygiene through protection in daily office places?
People spend more than eight hours in office activities every working day, so it is very important to protect your health. Offices are often filled with people in the same space. If the ventilation is not enough, the mutual influence will be greater. There will be many people at work check-in places, elevator buttons, stair handrails, bathroom door handles, etc., so take care of them and keep the environment clean.
It is necessary to strengthen health testing, conduct temperature testing of all personnel entering the office, and ensure that the office is well ventilated. Secondly, it is very important to the environmental sanitation of public areas, and it is necessary to strengthen cleaning and disinfection. Furthermore, try to use network video conferences as much as possible to appropriately reduce the frequency of meetings. Finally, develop good habits. Pay attention to cover when you sneeze, wash your hands frequently, and wear a mask when you are in close contact with others.
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