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How to Protect Your Workplace During COVID-19 with Force of Nature

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How to Protect Your Workplace During COVID-19 with Force of Nature

As more of your team members return to on-site work, you’re likely feeling a lot of responsibility to keep them safe from COVID-19 and all the harmful chemicals being used to kill it. Did you know that 40% of children and 30% of adults have allergies or asthma? Exposure to conventional disinfectant ingredients, which can be dangerous skin and respiratory irritants, can be a major health risk for people struggling with allergies and asthma. We’re proud to offer an EPA-registered disinfectant that kills 99.9% of viruses, bacteria, and germs and is on the EPA’s List N as a disinfectant approved for use against the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. Best of all, it has no toxic chemicals, residues or fumes. To help you breathe a little easier, here are our top 10 ways to protect your workplace during COVID-19. And we’re here to help – if you have questions, get in touch or find more information on our Coronavirus Resources Page.

Top 10 Ways To Protect Your Workplace With Force of Nature

  1. Disinfect Entry Points
    Elevator buttons, light switches, door handles, and knobs are considered “high touch” areas so they should be disinfected by spraying them with Force of Nature.
  2. Disinfect Bathrooms
    High touch areas in bathrooms should be disinfected frequently. You can use Force of Nature to disinfect surfaces like faucet handles, stall door locks, and countertops.
  3. Disinfect Shared Technology
    Any shared technology should be disinfected between uses. This could include shared computers, phones, tablets, interactive screens, and TV remotes. Spray a clean cloth or paper towel with Force of Nature, then gently clean the device while it’s powered down.
  4. Disinfect Communal Food Prep Areas
    Even if your employees aren’t gathering in your communal kitchen or dining area, they will likely still need access to the appliances there. You can use Force of Nature to clean and disinfect practically every surface that would typically be found in a kitchen, including microwaves, countertops, coffee makers, fridge door handles and interiors, and water and ice dispensers.
  5. Disinfect Personal Belongings Before Leaving Work
    You and your staff can use Force of Nature to disinfect personal belongings before leaving work for the day, reducing the chance of bringing germs home from work. This could include glasses, keys, laptops, laptop bags, lunchboxes, thermoses and water bottles, to name a few!
  6. Disinfect Conference Rooms
    Even with attempting not to gather in groups, video conferencing allows for conferences to continue! Spray down tables, conferencing equipment, chairs and shared supplies like dry erase boards and markers. For video conferencing technology, power down the device, then spray Force of Nature onto a clean cloth or paper towel and use that to wipe it down.
  7. Disinfect Lockers or Storage Areas
    Lockers, locker handles, and employee storage areas can be disinfected with Force of Nature.
  8. Disinfect Shared Equipment
    In some industries, personnel are required to wear badges, hardhats, vests, or other required items that are used by multiple people. These can be disinfected between uses by spraying with Force of Nature and allowed to air dry.
  9. Clean Hands
    Handwashing is the number one way to reduce the spread of germs at work and everywhere else, but if you can’t wash your hands, using a hand sanitizer to disinfect your hands from germs can help reduce your risk. Force of Nature is gentle enough to be used directly on your skin and is free from allergens and is included on the Mayo Clinic’s SkinSafe list.

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We created Force of Nature because we believe that effective cleaning and disinfecting shouldn’t pack a toxic chemical punch. We are proud to offer an effective, yet gentle, solution to protect all kinds of workplaces during COVID-19. Learn more about our revolutionary device and EPA-registered disinfectant.

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