The pandemic requires isolation, cleaning, ventilation and many other measures to prevent infection. Will your workplace be ready for you when you return to work?
Everyone says that nothing will be the same after the pandemic. So it's important to be prepared and alert for new landscapes and new phenomena that we will have to experience. One of them will be your office.
How will the space be organized when you return, what will the offices be like?
Epidemiological experts have mentioned that after COVID-19, people, businesses and government will have to adapt to a new routine. The famous new normal.
Starting with the coexistence and activities that take place in communities and inside homes, so now the buildings will have an important role in the prevention and control of coronavirus.
What should the buildings look like in the "new normal"?
In order for a building to contribute to the prevention and control of COVID-19, it must: include natural ventilation, disinfection and interior cleaning and avoid collection.
- Natural ventilation: Open windows for natural ventilation. It will undoubtedly be a frequent landscape in your office.
- Disinfection: Permanent surveillance and cleaning of all common areas and rules for cleaning of personal spaces.
- Waste: You must have waste management, as well as good air quality and water quality control.
- Staggered office hours: The 9-5 is dead. People will work staggered hours and days, Not everyone will be present at the office on the same day.
- Working from home: It will be difficult for your boss to convince you that working from home is impossible. Some industries aside, many people will be able to work from home most of the week.
- Ecological construction: has become a milestone for the prevention and control of COVID-19. Many new buildings may be made with green criteria in mind to improve ventilation and be energy efficient.