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Flu in the workplace

Fighting the Flu in the Workplace According to the U.S. government Center for Disease Control/NIOSH website, coughing, sneezing, talking, and breathing produce an aerosol of invisible airborne particles that can carry influenza viruses.
BREATHING is enough to spread the flu?!? It gets even scarier when you read statements from people who felt sick and still came to work. “I did not think I was contagious or could make other people sick”.
This explains why: - annual direct costs of influenza (flu) — doctor’s office visits, medications — in the United States are an estimated $4.6 billion
- flu causes U.S. employees to miss approximately 17 million workdays due to flu, at an estimated $7 billion a year in sick days and lost productivity.

How to safeguard your employees — and your bottom line?Work with your cleaning service to be sure every area and surface in your facility is as clean as can be. • This means using cleaning solutions that are made for sa…

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