The Department of Health and Welfare (DHSC) has published a new guide on how ventilation in the workplace can help stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
The guide includes a short section on “Workplace Settings” that explains the importance of identifying well-ventilated areas, provides examples of airborne risk mitigation measures, and states that any action to improve ventilation should not jeopardize aspects of other parties. safety և security (for example, the installation of open fire doors should be avoided).
It shows that employers need to provide employees with a clear guide to ventilation, why it և և instructions, how to achieve և maintain good natural ventilation or run systems if there are user controls. Here are some tips to help you get started:
The DHSC Guide follows this week’s Employers Health and Safety Executive Guidance on Ventilation during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak. This complete guide for employers reminds you that ventilation should be considered through other control measures needed to reduce transmission risks, such as keeping your workplace safe from COVID, such as social distance, keeping your workplace clean, and frequent hand washing.