The class spends more than 70,000 hours in their office, just like our "second home". The health of this home has a lot to do with everyone's personal health and the combat effectiveness of the company. In the office, we must create both a healthy “big environment” and a healthy “microenvironment”.
"The first thing to do is to open the window for ventilation. This is the best way to purify the air." Song Guangsheng suggested that the office should ensure that the window is opened no less than twice a day for no less than 15 minutes each time. You can also add some air purification and humidification equipment. Second, on the premise of ensuring work efficiency, the fewer the number of printers, copiers and fax machines, the better. "These equipment are best placed in aisles, separate rooms or other well-ventilated places, not on the desk." Nie Jing said. Third, the office should not pile too much sundries. The paper is most likely to be contaminated with dust. Fourth, the office should place more green plants with purification effects. It is best to ensure that each person has a small pot of green plants and every five people have a pot of large leaves. Fifth, the people in the whole office reached a consensus, mute the mobile phone, speak and answer the phone as softly as possible, turn off the lights at noon, pull the curtains and rest for 20-30 minutes.
For micro-environment, first of all, do not stack useless files on the desktop, clean at least once a week, and disinfect the phone and keyboard. Secondly, develop good office habits, take a 10-minute break for every hour of work, exercise your lower back, or do eye exercises. Do not lie in front of the computer during lunch break, this will keep away from radiation. Finally, if the office is really dry or has glare, you can add some small green plants, humidifiers or display anti-glare hoods, etc., all on the premise of comfort and non-destructive health.
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