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Work amid Covid-19: How will Offices function after the lockdown?

Team Udayavani, May 21, 2020, 4:25 PM IST

It is quite evident that the entire world has changed due to Covid-19. Things which were least important a few months ago have been extremely important today. Covid-19 has also changed the way normal offices function.

Companies will take time to reopen, undertake sanitisation exercises and ensure contactless transportation for their people

Here’s how offices might function post lockdown:

1.Employees will be asked to maintain social distancing and stock up on face masks, paper tissues.

2.Companies might ensure transportation for their workers.

3.The companies might set up a protocol for screening at the premises via infra-red thermometers

4.There should be holding areas for colleagues to ensure that a red flag can be raised if someone’s feeling unwell.

5.Companies need to ensure that there is no crowding in office spaces and only 25 or 50% of the workspace is actually occupied.

6.Touchless taps and soap dispensers will gain more importance

7.Keeping a track of occupants and visitors along with a look at symptom visibility

8.There will be posters, videos and messages updating workers on Covid-19 safety practices, as well as risks.

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