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Wellis Air only generates neutral OH. The Wellis ACTIVE solution is much more advantageous for air purification because it occurs 5 to 10 times more than average and can even disinfect the surface of objects. (Covid-19 can survive on metal surfaces for a long time.)
The OH radical eliminates hydrogen from the proteins that surround damaging bacteria and some viruses, such as the coronavirus, to destroy the structure of the protein and eliminate damaging microorganisms. Then it turns them into H2O molecules, which are not harmful for the human body.
The Wellis air purifier is a high-quality solution for indoor air that is totally different from typical filter-based air purifiers.
OH radicals are a natural purifying material with a strong oxidising power that purify the atmosphere by itself.
OH radicals are highly reactive, so they quickly combine with bacteria and viruses while also eliminating H atoms and prevent them from joining. The oxidation reaction of OH radicals is a billion times quicker and more than 13 times more effective than ozone.
Personal hygiene and protective equipment
Making sure that personal hygiene materials are available at all times: hand soap in the washrooms and hand sanitiser where no running water is available.
Allowing workers to leave their workspaces to wash their hands at any time.
Informing all the staff of the personal hygiene measures (like thoroughly washing hands, how to act with coughing or sneezing, etc.) through signs or other means.
Providing masks for workers who cannot keep the minimum safe distance of 1.5 metres because of their jobs.
Facility cleaning and disinfection. Our hotel already had a supplier with anti-fungal and anti-bacterial products that were not harmful to the planet.
We are committed to:
Increasing the frequency and intensity of the cleaning and disinfection of surfaces at risk: doorknobs, railings and handrails, coffee machine buttons, lift buttons, punch card machines, tables for communal use, faucets, etc.
Providing staff with the materials they need to clean their workspace and giving them enough time to do this.
Ventilating work spaces.
When using cleaning materials shared with other workers, disinfecting them before use. –
Disinfecting guests’ room cards.
Protocol if a worker has any symptoms:
1. If a worker has symptoms that are compatible with the coronavirus (dry cough, fever, overall achiness and/or difficulty breathing), they should notify their manager.
2. The manager will go to this person's workspace equipped with gloves and a mask and will remain 2 metres away.
-They will provide the worker with gloves and a mask and try to remain calm.
-They will ask about their symptoms, overall condition and ability to drive, always trying to keep the person calm.
-They will ask about possible contacts the person had during the day, the places they have been (washrooms, communal areas, coffee machine) and the work equipment they have used.
-They will inform the Risk Prevention Delegates about the situation.
3. Anyone who has been in contact with this person will be notified and told to stay where they are, to stay 2 metres away from their colleagues and not to touch surfaces.
4. The surfaces and work equipment which the affected person touched will be disinfected.
5. The affected person will remain in a separate place. If they are able to drive, they will be instructed to go home and tell the people in their family and social circle with whom they have been in contact in the past week. If they are unable to drive or go home, they will be confined in a separate space, and the Head of Emergencies will contact Public Health / Risk Prevention Service to receive instructions on how to proceed.
6. The person in charge:
-Will contact the workers who may have had contact with the potentially infected person to determine the traceability and to find out with which other workers they were in contact.
-They will fill out the list in the GUIDE TO TRACKING CLOSE COVID-19 CONTACTS.
-They will contact the cleaning staff, so they can clean the washrooms, workspace of the potentially infected person and workspaces of those with whom they were in contact. They will check the list of sensitive staff to guarantee that there was no contact; if in doubt, they will send them home and tell them to get in touch with Public Health.