Good Occupational Hygiene
In order to reduce the risk of infection by biological agents follow good occupational hygiene practices:
- Wash hands regularly and especially before eating, drinking or smoking.
- Wash any cuts and grazes immediately with soap and running water.
- Cover any existing cuts, abrasions or breaks in the skin with waterproof dressings and/or gloves.
- Avoid hand to mouth/eye contact.
- Take rest breaks, including eating meals and taking drinks, away from potentially contaminated work areas.
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