Thursday, December 3, 2009

preparations in the workplace and the prevention of H1N1 Flu

The British couple Toby food critic once said that one of the dishes prepared by chefs from the participants that there is a weapon of mass destruction. The participant swallowed a little difficult to criticism, but when it comes to real life, every day, invisible bugs can only weapons of mass destruction, even before you know it. The current pandemic of H1N1 (swine flu known as pig farmers protest) reminds us of our vulnerability to nature's womb. In this case, represents the H1N1 virus is morphing and human influenza, avian flu and swine flu, was different from person to person. Previously, he successfully reduced, but that was in 1918, and if the bird arrived early and went fanfare, by the end of this year with a vengeance, killing 40 million people worldwide. If the swine flu go underground, to increase human resistance and defense of the man and then to return later this year or the beginning? This is the big question and the answer is that everyone should be prepared for this possibility. The 1918 flu epidemic spread in part by the movement of troops during World War II. Recently, through both AIDS and SARS, boarded a plane back and around the world. During the colonial period, Europeans against smallpox in the Americas and returned home and spread syphilis. And, of course, the British cosmologist Stephen Hawking calls creation the humanities only God as modern computer virus spreads through cyberspace visible. (Hawking: I think computer viruses are like the life review. I think that says a lot about human nature that is the only form of life we have created so far purely destructive. Life is Created in our own image. ) Last viral Our weapon of mass destruction and travels around the world owe their success in air travel, but with free trade and rapid movement of goods and foodstuffs considered production around warming.
Although the H1N1 virus does not emerge from the pork products you buy at the supermarket, the production of fever can also cause the flu. In February 2009, 60 percent of the 3,000 residents of La Gloria, Mexico, came with the H1N1 flu symptoms. Many of the conditions were very dirty in the vicinity of Smithfield Foods pork complained in Veracruz, flies, especially in the lagoons of manure and spread within and around them. Blogger wrote on toxic and cause disease in these clouds, water ponds, carried out the air pig feces and tissue damage. If the bird were a great success in April, the first person who lived in Mexico in a house next to pig. The connection is established, and fingers pointing at Smithfield. The U.S. company has started trial operation immediately taciturn farm in Veracruz, but quickly denied responsibility for H1N1. Smithfield is no reason to believe that the virus is somehow connected to his activities in Mexico, the company said in a statement. Case closed? Time will tell, but now the burden of health agencies, governments and the public is ready for any eventuality. The vaccine against H1N1 avian flu is almost ready, and by October 2009 will apply to the public. Some countries have aggressive measures to vaccinate its population, and France is also the military recruitment for the use of vaccination, but it sounds a little scary. Some people may be reluctant to decline after the H1N1 vaccine, the vaccination program in 1976 (when the virus has spread) resulted in many of the suspects are vaccinated with the horrible and debilitating Guillain-Barre syndrome. Working Conditions Although vaccination is always a personal decision in the United States, what steps can employers take to protect their jobs and workers against the H1N1 virus? Probably the best place to begin your company's sick leave policy. If someone contracts the flu H1N1, that person should be sent home no later than 24 hours after resolution of all symptoms. If you sick of your policy is too strict (or God forbid) there, you can review its policy. Many workers drive to work, only to see their payroll, even if sick, evil and protect other infectious diseases. This will only aggravate the situation in the workplace, like many others, also could become ill. You do not want to sacrifice the poor health, morale and productivity with a restrictive policy, and of course I do not want sick people who live near areas of employment and (possibly infect and going crazy), and others. In the physical labor, cleaning, as they say, is next to godliness, and the strongest H1N1, which certainly does not make sense to clean and re-clean public areas for relaxation and rest areas where possible. Common household cleaning with hot water, enough to ensure cleanliness. Not looking surfaces frequently touched on the doors and entrances to public places. They advise people to maintain their own office cleaning jobs, and (although it may complain that the obligation of the night porter) of the crew. The most common vehicle of transmission of influenza viruses are the hands, so it's good to educate your staff about the constant need to wash their hands before and after eating, after contact with others, and certainly after its use the toilet. The masks are not required to work, but should come with a policy for employees who are on their own, decide they want to protect themselves with masks. It should ensure that the toilets are broken and are always in stock for washing hands and towels. Hand Sanitizer with at least 60 percent alcohol is also recommended to protect the lack of soap and water or person.
In short, a good overview of policies for workers with a clean campaign and education in the workplace is largely to reduce the risk of an H1N1 outbreak linked to go. Have faith. In France, people had to chop a polite term on the cheek as a greeting to friends.
At least in North America is still shaking his hand others if not cleaned immediately with soap and hot water to go.


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