SOCIAL DISTANCING

SOCIAL DISTANCING

Steps for social distancing in the workplace include: stop shaking hands to greet others consider cancelling non-essential meetings. If needed, hold meetings via video conferencing or phone call put off large meetings to a later date hold essential meetings outside in the open air if possible promote good hand, sneeze and cough hygiene provide alcohol-based hand rub for all staff eat lunch at your desk or outside rather than in the lunch room regularly clean and disinfect surfaces that many people touch open windows or adjust air conditioning for more ventilation limit food handling and sharing of food in the workplace avoid non-essential travel promote strict hygiene among food preparation (canteen) staff and their close contacts Businesses must do everything they can for Social Distancing
Kelly Huntley - Apr 03, 2020
Sanitise hands on arrival

Sanitise hands on arrival

We are all aware of the current Coronavirus and with this in mind it is more important than ever that we follow correct hygiene procedures.  Clean hands has always and will always be one of our best forms of defence against all germs.  PDF Education Supplies is committed to the healthy and safety of all, hence why we have added this vinyl sticker to our range it will act as a reminder to all that you require them to sanitise their hands prior to entry. 
Kelly Huntley - Jan 31, 2020
Sanitising for safety

Sanitising for safety

What is sanitising? Sanitising is killing harmful microorganisms that can be on a surface even if it looks clean.  When to sanitise - Before and after preparing food, always clean and sanitise: • Countertops. • Sinks. • Highchair trays. • Tables used for eating. • Place mats. • Bibs. And don't forget toys. Vinyl sticker from www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au #workplacehealthandsafety #sanitising #clean  
Kelly Huntley - Sep 26, 2016
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