Contagious Disease Prevention in the Workplace

Preventing the transmission of contagious infections in your workplace and home is the responsibility of each of us. A few common sense rules that are easy to apply can improve you odds of avoiding some of the most common illnesses and of spreading them to your family or co-workers.
Microorganisms that cause disease may be transmitted from one person to another in many ways. Some are preventable. Transmission of some diseases can occur through coughing or sneezing, such as the common cold. Others are transmitted via ingesting contaminated food or water, frequently infected by contaminated hands or unsanitary food preparation methods. Still other disease causing microorganisms are spread…



Source by Mark Thevenot