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Good Hygiene Practices - Reducing the Spread of Infections and Viruses


What can I do to reduce the spread of "germs"?

The most important way to reduce the spread of infections is hand washing - always wash regularly with soap and water. Also important is to get a vaccine for those infections and viruses that have one, when available.See the OSH Answers Hand Washing - Reducing the Risk of Common Infections for more details.This OSH Answers document will discuss other methods beyond hand washing that can also help to slow or stop the spread of infections.

What are good practices to slow the spread of infections?

Ways you can reduce or slow the spread of infections include:

  • Get the appropriate vaccine.
  • Wash your hands frequently.
  • Stay home if you are sick (so you do not spread the illness to other people).
  • Use a tissue, or cough and sneeze into your arm, not your hand. Turn away from other people.
  • Use single-use tissues. Dispose of the tissue immediately.
  • Wash your hands after coughing, sneezing or using tissues.
  • If working with children, have them play with hard surface toys that can be easily cleaned.
  • Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth (viruses can transfer from your hands and into the body).
  • Do not share cups, glasses, dishes or cutlery.

Note that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention state that adults can shed influenza virus 1 day before symptoms appear and up to approximately 5 to 7 days after onset of illness.  It is for this reason, wearing masks selectively, such as when face-to-face with individuals who are showing symptoms, may not help limit the spread of the virus in the community.

What can a workplace do?

Workplaces can help by having an infection control plan which includes:

  • Having an infection control plan.
  • Providing clean hand washing facilities.
  • Offering alcohol-based hand sanitizers when regular facilities are not available (or to people on the road).
  • Providing boxes of tissues and encourage their use.
  • Reminding staff to not share cups, glasses, dishes and cutlery. Be sure dishes are washed in soap and water after use.
  • Removing magazines and papers from waiting areas or common rooms (such as tea rooms and kitchens).
  • Considering cleaning a person's workstation or other areas where they have been if a person has suspected or identified with an infection.
  • Making sure ventilation systems are working properly.

Special handling of linen or waste contaminated with secretions from persons thought to be or who are sick is not required.

If cleaning is necessary, how should it be done?

Additional measures may be required to minimize the virus from transmitting by hard surfaces (sinks, door and cupboard handles, railings, objects, counters, etc.). The length of time a virus survives on hard surfaces depends on the type of virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States indicates that "Most studies have shown that the flu virus can live and potentially infect a person for up to 48 hours after being deposited on a surface."In most workplaces and homes, cleaning floors, walls, doorknobs, etccleaning or disinfecting products. Wear personal protective clothing, such as gloves or eye protection, where required. Know the appropriate procedures for general sanitation and infection control, and how to work safely with hazardous products, including bleach. Only in some workplaces, such as a hospital or health care facility, are specific cleaning and disinfection steps required.

What is meant by social distancing?

Social distancing is a strategy where you try to avoid crowded places, large gatherings of people or close contact with a group of people. In these situations, viruses can easily spread from person to person. In general, a distance of one to two metres (3 to 6 feet) will slow the spread of a disease, but more distance is more effective.Should social distancing be recommended, steps to follow include:

  • Use telephone, video conferencing, or the internet to conduct as much business as possible (including within the same building).
  • Allow employees to work from home, or to work flexible hours to avoid crowding the workplace.
  • Cancel or postpone any travel, meetings, workshops, etc. that are not absolutely necessary.
  • Drive, walk, or cycle to work, but try to avoid public transit. Alternatively, workplaces can consider allowing staff to arrive early/late so they can use public transit when it is less crowded.
  • Allow staff to eat at their desks or have staggered lunch hours to avoid crowded lunch rooms.
  • Spend as little time as possible in tearooms or photocopy centres.
  • When meetings are necessary, have the meeting in a larger room where people can sit with more space between them (at least about one to two metres apart).
  • Avoid shaking hands or hugging.

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