When the COVID-19 pandemic (or better known as coronavirus) appeared in various parts of the world, we are required to be more intelligent and aware of cleaning ourselves. As has been told in various places, we are all asked to always be diligent in cleaning up.
Starting from routine cleaning your hands cleanly and correctly, immediately rinse yourself when he got home, and so forth. In addition to having to clean ourselves, we are also required to clean things around us (both at work or at home).
We also have to pay attention to cleanliness in the surrounding objects because the facts show, that the coronavirus can stick to various surfaces of the goods around us. Based on “J. Hosp. Infect. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhin.2020.01.022 “, here are the various coronavirus resistances on various surfaces of objects:
Definition of Disinfectan
To truly feel safe and secure from the corona virus attack, we must routinely clean the tools or objects around us using disinfectants. For those who do not yet know the meaning of disinfectants, disinfectants are tools used to kill germs, bacteria, fungi, viruses and protozoa without damaging the objects that are exposed to the liquid.
In general, the name disinfectant and antiseptic have the same role to kill germs. The difference is in the media / place of application. Disinfectants function to kill germs on inanimate objects, and antiseptics are used to kill germs on living tissue such as humans.
Clean Near Objects with Disinfectant
Because the virus can stick to and increase the risk of people around it affected by the corona virus, we must frequently clean the tools and objects around us. Ranging from kitchen utensils, door handles, telephone handles, toilets to anthropometric measuring devices such as the Anthropometry Chair.
We must prepare various tools before cleaning the tools around us, such as gloves, masks, to the appropriate disinfectant.
List of Disinfectant Recommendations
According to the disinfectant guidelines from the DKI Jakarta Provincial Health Office, the following are various disinfectant recommendations that can be used to clean the tools around us:
Steps to Clean the Tool with Disinfectant
There are several ways / steps to clean the tools around us, especially in cleaning anthropometry chairs. Here are various ways that you can do to clean the Anthropometry Chair:
1. Prepare Personal Protective Equipment
Before cleaning the Portable Anthropometry Kit, we must protect ourselves with various tools. Starting from wearing gloves, masks to hats or face shields if needed.
2. Prepare the tools needed
After protecting yourself by using PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), prepare the tools needed to clean the Anthropometry Chair. Starting from disinfectants (according to what is owned or following the recommendations listed above), sprayer bottles, cloth / cloth, tissue to feather duster.
3. Clean the Dust That Attaching to the Anthropometry Chair
The first thing to do in cleaning the Anthropometry Chair is to wipe the dust that is sticking. To clean the dust, we can use feather duster.
4. Remove / Open All Measurement Assy Components from the Anthropometry Chair
While cleaning the dust attached to the Anthropometry Chair, we can open all the assy components of the Anthropometry Chair. It is intended that each side of the Anthropometry Chair can be cleaned.
5. Spray the entire anthropometric chair with disinfectant
After the dust has been removed successfully cleaned and all components of the Anthropometry Chair has been opened, the thing to do after that is spraying all parts using a disinfectant that has been put into a sprayer bottle.
After all parts have been sprayed using disinfectant, let the disinfectant liquid soak the Anthropometric Chair for 5-10 minutes.
6. Cloth All Parts of the Anthropometry Chair
The last thing after disinfectant liquid is sprayed to all parts of the Anthropometry Chair is to wipe the entire Anthropometry Chair using a cloth that has been prepared. Wipe from the top (top slider assy) to the bottom (base assy).
Video Tutorial How to Clean: Anthropometric Chair
So that you can better understand how to clean and maintain the Anthropometry Chair, you can watch the video on the following link.
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