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Staying healthy this fall Tips from Adaptive Marketing

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  • 1. STAYING HEALTHY THISFALL Keep germs (and swine flu viruses) out of the workplace
  • 2. Background Media has moved on to other topics and the discussions about the H1N1 virus has died down in newspapers and television channels However, US health officials are apprehensive about the likely return of the pandemic because  Pastexperience shows that pandemics come in waves  Subsequent waves are more dangerous and severe as compared to the previous ones
  • 3. ADAPTIVE MARKETINGLLC® SHARES TIPS TOKEEP GERMS ANDVIRUSES AWAY FROMTHE WORKPLACEBasic precautions that help in fighting thespread of H1N1
  • 4. Keep your germs to yourself The H1N1 spreads like other influenza viruses  By coughing and sneezing Cover your mouth and nose Always sneeze or cough into a tissue paper Wash your hands properly  With warm water and soap and thoroughly Use an alcohol based hand sanitizer if water is not available
  • 5. Germs can live on surfaces Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth while in the office and while commuting Cleaning and disinfecting surfaces like desks, chairs, door knobs and telephones frequently can help in containing the spread too Posters and signs reminding employees about the manner in which the spread can be stopped is also a great idea
  • 6. Are medical masks effective? Experts state that a full faced mask with a small particle air filter is required to genuinely protect against viruses  This is mainly because the H1N1 and other influenza viruses are small particle viruses However, when colleagues are falling sick, medical masks provide some protection at least
  • 7. Health policies at the workplace Employers should urge and encourage employees to stay at home when they have flu- like symptoms In fact, work at home can also be allowed to ensure that overall work does not suffer too much
  • 8. The way forward It is unfeasible to maintain a hospital-like sanitized environment at the workplace forever Even though the threat of the swine flu pandemic is declining, the possibility of a second wave this fall is a reality Adaptive Marketing LLC® shall be taking some more steps to contain the spread of the virus before virus spreads rampantly
  • 9. FOLLOW BASIC TIPS TOENSURE SAFETY FROMGERMS AND H1N1 VIRUS ATTHE WORKPLACE THIS FALL