• Harry Mucui

How to Stay Safe at Work

The CDC, various authorities, organizations, and employers have put up measures to protect the workplaces from the infectious COVID-19. However, it would all be in vain if you don’t find it in yourself and take responsibility for your own safety. As they say, ‘safety starts with you.’

For any work environment, the best way to be safe from contracting the deadly COVID-19 is by simply the guidelines issued by the CDC for protecting you in public. I’ll neither quit nor shy away from reminding you of these CDC guidelines until this war is over. They include:

· Avoid contact with people who are sick.

· Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.

· Cough or sneeze into a tissue or your elbow if you don't have tissues

· Use a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.

· Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after blowing your nose, sneezing, or coughing.

· Stay at least 6 feet apart from others if coronavirus is spreading in your community.

· Finally, stay at home if you’re sick or have COVID-19 symptoms to avoid spreading the virus to others.


In an office setting, you can stay safe by maintaining a 6-foot distance from others. Also, if there is a need for an in-person meeting, ensure it occurs in a large enough room to maintain social distancing. Moreover, you can keep your office space virus-free by regularly disinfecting commonly touched surfaces such as keyboards, doorknobs, and handrails.

As a healthcare worker, remember you’re heroes and heroines these times. Your safety is the number one priority to win this war. To stay safe, always ensure you wear your personal protective equipment (PPE) when interacting with patients. Some of the essential PPE include face masks, face shields, gloves, goggles, and respiratory protective gear where needed.

For those working in food services such as restaurants, supermarket outlets, and groceries, it’s highly likely you’ll interact with infected people and surfaces like cash registers, countertops, and liquid money. To protect yourself from contracting the virus, follow the CDC guidelines highlighted above when at work. Also, ensure you regularly disinfect high-touch surfaces and always sanitize your hands with an alcohol-based sanitizer after helping customers.

We can win this war if we don’t take responsibility, folks. Ensure you stay safe at the workplace to protect yourself from contracting the virus and transmitting it to your friends and family. Always stay safe. The CDC, various governments, organizations, and employers have put up measures to protect the workplaces from the infectious COVID-19. However, it would all be in vain if you don’t find it in yourself and take responsibility for your own safety. As they say, ‘safety starts with you.’

For any work environment, the best way to be safe from contracting the deadly COVID-19 is by simply the guidelines issued by the CDC for protecting you in public. I’ll neither quit nor shy away from reminding you of these CDC guidelines until this war is over. They include:

· Avoid contact with people who are sick.

· Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.

· Cough or sneeze into a tissue or your elbow if you don't have tissues

· Use a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.

· Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after blowing your nose, sneezing, or coughing.

· Stay at least 6 feet apart from others if coronavirus is spreading in your community.

· Finally, stay at home if you’re sick or have COVID-19 symptoms to avoid spreading the virus to others.

In an office setting, you can stay safe by maintaining a 6-foot distance from others. Also, if there is a need for an in-person meeting, ensure it occurs in a large enough room to maintain social distancing. Moreover, you can keep your office space virus-free by regularly disinfecting commonly touched surfaces such as keyboards, doorknobs, and handrails.

As a healthcare worker, remember you’re heroes and heroines these times. Your safety is the number one priority to win this war. To stay safe, always ensure you wear your personal protective equipment (PPE) when interacting with patients. Some of the essential PPE include face masks, face shields, gloves, goggles, and respiratory protective gear where needed.

For those working in food services such as restaurants, supermarket outlets, and groceries, it’s highly likely you’ll interact with infected people and surfaces like cash registers, countertops, and liquid money. To protect yourself from contracting the virus, follow the CDC guidelines highlighted above when at work. Also, ensure you regularly disinfect high-touch surfaces and always sanitize your hands with an alcohol-based sanitizer after helping customers.

We can win this war if we don’t take responsibility, folks. Ensure you stay safe at the workplace to protect yourself from contracting the virus and transmitting it to your friends and family. Stay safe always.

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