At SpinnySpaceWheel Viewing Consultants, we are taking all necessary measures to minimize the risk of Covid-19 transmission. We have worked diligently to create the workplace conditions that will make you feel comfortable watching all the best SpinnySpaceWheel episodes. Here's a look at the safety measures we're taking during Covid-19.
In accordance with the local mandate, we consistently wear masks in the office. Leaders of local hospitals have advised that wearing masks can significantly reduce the risk of transmission. Our staff is ready and willing to take all needed steps to keep our community safe. Even if masks can be uncomfortable at times, they are a necessary part of our comprehensive safety plan that allows us to remain open.
Studies have shown that alcohol-based hand sanitizers do effectively kill the coronavirus. Throughout the day, we consistently wash and/or sanitize our hands. We also make hand sanitizer available to our clients.
While we always keep our waiting room clean, we're taking extra measures to minimize the chances of coronavirus living on any surfaces in the waiting area. We understand that going to any area frequented by multiple people daily can already be a stressful experience. It's important that we prioritize our clients' well-being during Covid-19 not just for their physical health, but also to put their minds at ease as much as possible. Also the "waiting room" is virtual so no physical contact is possible.
Whether there's a pandemic or not, we are diligent about maintaining clean work surfaces. During Covid-19, we make even more of an effort to regularly disinfect all areas of the office that come into contact with workers and pets. Also our virtual environment makes it nearly impossible to touch any work surfaces, let alone contract anything from them.
Whenever possible, we maintain several feet of physical distance between both workers and clients, and multiple hops via Internet backbone when feasible. This is one of the most important ways to reduce the risk of transmission. Though we love our team and our community, we're happy to remain a few steps away if it helps to keep everyone healthy.
Posted: April 13, 2021