Coronary pneumonia in office and public places Prevention and control technology solutions
I. Preparation before work
(1) Guaranteeing the provision of protective materials. Prepare masks, disinfectants, hand sanitizers, quick-drying hand disinfectants, and thermometers. Strengthen personnel training. Arrange special personnel for training on disinfection operation procedures and epidemic prevention and control measures to improve the ability of epidemic prevention and control and emergency response.
(2) Remind personnel at the entrances of office and public places, and wear masks if necessary. Post health tips in eye-catching locations, and use various displays to promote new crown pneumonia and other infectious disease prevention and control knowledge.
(3) Special trash cans for discarded masks can be added to put used masks and pay attention to timely cleaning.
(4) Preventive disinfection. Ventilation, cleaning and sanitation are the main tasks in daily life. At the same time, preventive disinfection should be performed on public items and parts that are exposed to a lot. Preventive disinfection of floors, walls, etc. if necessary.
(5) Health monitoring of employees. Implement a daily health monitoring system and establish a body temperature monitoring register. Returning staff in the field need to be registered and managed in accordance with the principle of territorial management. Employees should take temperature measurements before going to work every day.
(6) Health education. Issued publicity brochures to returnees, posted health protection posters, broadcast promotional videos in office and public places with high traffic, and directed protection knowledge through WeChat public accounts and Weibo .
2. Hygiene requirements in the premises
1. Open windows first and use natural ventilation. If possible, you can turn on exhaust devices such as exhaust fans to enhance indoor air flow.
2. When using a centralized air conditioning and ventilation system, ensure that the centralized air conditioning and ventilation system operates normally. The return air should be turned off and run with fresh air to ensure that there is sufficient fresh air volume in the room.
3. The exhaust fan of the box elevator and the ventilation system of the underground garage should be guaranteed to operate normally.
(2) Air-conditioning operation.
1. Run in a new air mode and turn off the humidification function of the air conditioner to ensure that fresh air is taken directly from the outdoors, the air inlet is clean, and the air outlet is unobstructed.
2. Regularly disinfect the air inlet and outlet of the air conditioner with an effective chlorine 500 mg / L disinfection solution; strengthen the cleaning and disinfection of the condensate tray and cooling water of the fan coil; Cleaning and Disinfection Rules for Air Conditioning and Ventilation Systems.
(3) Garbage collection and disposal.
1. Classified collection and timely removal. General garbage is put into black plastic bags, masks and other protective articles. Trash and garbage points week around without scattered, garbage storage point in time all kinds of garbage removal, garbage piled up without excessive overtime.
2. Clean and disinfect. Garbage transfer trucks and trash cans should be kept clean. They can be regularly sprayed or wiped with a chlorine-containing disinfectant with an effective chlorine of 500mg/L. The walls and floor of the garbage site should be kept clean and regularly sprayed with a chlorine-containing disinfectant with an effective chlorine of 500mg / L. .
(4) Escalators and van elevators.
1. It is recommended to avoid taking a box elevator as far as possible, and you should wear a mask when riding.
2. The floor and side walls of the van elevator should be kept clean and disinfected twice a day.
3. The elevator buttons, escalator handrails and other frequently contacted parts should be disinfected no less than 3 times a day.
(5) Underground garage.
The floor of the underground garage should be kept clean. Disinfection of frequent contact areas such as parking card pick-up buttons should be no less than 3 times a day.
(6) Meeting rooms, offices, multi-purpose halls.
1. Keep the office environment clean. It is recommended to ventilate 3 times a day for 20-30 minutes each time. Keep warm when ventilating.
2. Staff should wear masks and keep a distance of more than 1 meter when talking.
3. Reduce the frequency and length of meetings. When the temperature is appropriate during the meeting, windows or doors should be opened. It is recommended to use network video conferencing and other methods.
(7) Dining places (areas), canteens and tea rooms in restaurants.
1. Maintain air circulation, mainly cleaning, supplemented by preventive disinfection.
2. Take effective diversion measures to encourage packaging and take-out, and avoid crowded and dinner gathering activities.
3. The restaurant is disinfected once a day.
(8) The bathroom.
1. Strengthen air circulation. Make sure that water seals such as wash basins and floor drains are isolated.
2. Hygiene cleaning at any time every day to keep the ground and walls clean. There is no dirt in the sink and no accumulation of fecal dirt in the toilet.
3. Disinfect the surface of the article Use a chlorine-containing disinfectant with an effective chlorine of 500 mg / L to wipe the surfaces of objects such as public countertops, sinks, door handles, sanitary ware, etc., and wipe them clean with water after 30 minutes.
(1) Set up emergency zones. An emergency area can be set up in an office or public place; when a person with suspected symptoms appears, go to the area for temporary isolation in time, and then deal with it according to relevant regulations.
(2) Strengthen health monitoring. Employees pay attention to the monitoring of their own health status while on duty, and do a good job of self-management in accordance with the principles of “early detection, early reporting, early isolation, and early treatment”. The operating unit shall reasonably arrange for employees to take a rest.
(3) Response to suspected cases. When employees have suspicious symptoms such as fever, fatigue, dry cough, etc., they should arrange for the nearest medical treatment in time, and disinfect the workplace and used items under the guidance of professionals. Business establishments must report to relevant departments in a timely manner, conduct close inspections of close contacts under the guidance of professionals, and implement isolated observation.