Wired &Wireless Microphones Market Global Overview & 2020 Opportunities Report

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The global microphones market was worth $2.48 billion in 2019. It is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 0.43% and reach $2.53 billion by 2023.

— Abdul Wasay

LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, March 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The global microphones market is expected to grow at a rate of about 0.43% and reach $2.53 billion by 2023. The widespread adoption of smartphones is globally contributing to the growth of the microphones market. The demand for mobiles is directly proportional to demand for microphones. However, obstructions and the signal blockages are some of the technical difficulties that limit the growth of the microphones market.

The microphones market consists of sales of microphones and related services that are used in various applications such as in hearing aids, radios, large venues & events, educational institutions, government and military, and hospitality. A microphone is a type of transducer that converts acoustical energy from one form to another.

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The global microphones market is further segmented based on type and geography.
By Type – The microphones market is segmented into wired microphones and wireless microphones.
By Geography – The global microphones is segmented into North America, South America, Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East and Africa. Among these regions, the North American microphones market accounts for the largest share in the global microphones market.

Trends In The Microphones Market
In both developing and developed economies, devices such as Amazon Alexa and Google Home are gaining popularity. These devices are manufactured by extensive use of microphones, which can respond to human voices. A smart assistant can perform various tasks such as playing music, news, etc. with the help of software that is installed in these smart devices. This is a major trend in the microphones market.

Potential Opportunities In The Microphones Market (https://www.thebusinessresearchcompany.com/report/microphones-global-market-report)
With improved earning capacity and advances in technology, the scope and potential for the global microphones market is expected to significantly rise in the forecast period.

Major players in the market are Knowles Corporation, Goertek, STMicroelectronics, BSE, NeoMEMS Technologies, Hosiden, InvenSense, Cirrus Logic, AAC Technologies, and Infineon Technologies.

Microphones Global Market Report 2020 is one of a series of new reports from The Business Research Company that provides microphones market overviews, analyzes and forecasts microphones market size and growth for the global microphones market, microphones market share, microphones market players, microphones market size, microphones market segments and geographies, microphones market trends, microphones market drivers and microphones market restraints, microphones market’s leading competitors’ revenues, profiles and market shares. The microphones market report identifies top countries and segments for opportunities and strategies based on market trends and leading competitors’ approaches.

Where To Learn More
Read Microphones Global Market Report 2020 from The Business Research Company for information on the following:
Markets Covered: global microphones market
Data Segmentations: microphones market size, global and by country; historic and forecast size, and growth rates for the world, 7 regions and 12 countries
Microphones Market Organizations Covered: Knowles Corporation, Goertek, STMicroelectronics, BSE, NeoMEMS Technologies, Hosiden, InvenSense, Cirrus Logic, AAC Technologies, and Infineon Technologies
Regions: Asia-Pacific, China, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, USA, South America, Middle East and Africa.
Time Series: Five years historic (2015-19) and forecast (2019-23).

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Other Information And Analyses: PESTEL analysis, microphones market customer information, microphones market product/service analysis – product examples, microphones market trends and opportunities, drivers and restraints, key mergers and acquisitions, key metrics covered: number of enterprises, number of employees, global microphones market in 2020 – countries offering most new opportunities

Sourcing and Referencing: Data and analysis throughout the report are sourced using end notes.
Strategies For Participants In The Microphones Industry: The report explains a number of strategies for companies in the microphones market, based on industry trends and company analysis.

Opportunities For Companies In The Microphones Sector: The report reveals where the global microphones industry will put on most $ sales up to 2023.

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Garrett Hofer Discusses the Health Benefits of Rugby for Children

Garrett Hofer CT

EAST LYME, CT, UNITED STATES, March 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The game of rugby is a fast-moving sport that involves considerable speed and coordination. Because it’s a ball sport, it’s good for adults, college-level students, and kids of all ages who want to play competitively or even just for fun. As a hybrid of what most people know about soccer and football, rugby is a great pastime for thousands of people all over the world. These players are getting more than just physical conditioning says Garrett Hofer CT, coach and co-founder of the Shoreline Spartans Rugby program. Here, Garrett Hoffer talks about some of the health benefits he has seen in children who play rugby.

Cardiovascular Fitness, Strength, and Coordination
One of the biggest benefits Garrett Hofer CT has seen in kids that take up the sport is that they get in shape relatively quickly. “It’s easy to get exercise when you’re running during the whole game,” Garrett Hofer says. Unlike the American game of football where breaks and time-outs are called periodically, there are almost no time-outs in rugby, he adds. “It’s continuous, and you can really work up a sweat playing it,” he explains. Like football, the game requires strength, speed, and coordination. Garrett Hofer CT says it’s one of the best sports for your heart, lungs, and other major muscle groups such as the legs. Rugby offers a unique combination of speed and cardiovascular conditioning in a Team Environment.

Team Building and Social Benefits
Unlike some sports that rely mostly on individual team members, rugby depends on the team working as a unit. The members work together in unison towards a singular goal. Garrett Hofer CT says each player must learn to work together with team members which makes each player equally important on the team. This promotes individual contributions to the overall good of the Team. Garrett Hofer explains: “I’ve found it to be a great tool for teaching teamwork and good sportsmanship to players of all ages.”

Self-Esteem and Confidence
Because the game requires the player to get in shape quickly and learn to work together as a team, Garrett Hofer CT has seen some remarkable changes over time for the children who play. “As coaches, we find it very rewarding to help children excel in a sport and also build their confidence. We frequently encounter children that may initially have low self esteem or struggle in other sports but they excel in the supportive team environment that we’ve created.” This increased confidence can carry over into the child’s schoolwork and home life as well. In conclusion, Garrett Hofer states: “We enjoy helping children improve their fitness, self esteem, confidence, and ability to work with others, all while having fun!

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Science Smart Toys kickstarter campaign underway

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Top of box which is the toy.

Come help us teach kids to learn,explore,and discover our world.

Learn,Explore, Discover”

— Jennifer Reyes

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, UNITED STATES, March 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Now Seeking Community Support via Kickstarter, This Scientific & Educational Toy Store is Founded by an American Inventor & Mother of Nine Children!
Jennifer Reyes is a Kansas City based American inventor and a devoted mother of nine children. She has recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter for Science Smart Toys, an upcoming toy outlet based on scientific and educational toys that will help children discover, learn and explore in a fun way. The project took 16 years in the making and this campaign will give Jennifer a chance to make her lifelong dream come true.

“The project has been patent pending for nearly two years and will be awarded a patent soon,” said Jennifer Reyes, the Founder of Science Smart Toys, while introducing this project to the Kickstarter community. “I am now raising money to start the process of manufacturing these toys and I need your help to bring this project to life,” she added. According to Jennifer, Science Smart Toys will create a passion for learning in children by blending education and fun together.

The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at:

www.kickstarter.com/projects/space79/science-smart-toys

All funds raised through this Kickstarter campaign will play a major role in the manufacturing of these smart toys. Moreover, the goal of this Kickstarter campaign is to raise a sum of US$ 300,000 and Jennifer is offering rewards for the backers with worldwide shipping. Furthermore, more details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project.

About This Project

Jennifer Reyes is a Kansas City based American inventor and mother of nine kids. She aims at creating educational and scientific smart toys for children to help them learn and play in a productive manner. She seeks support from parents and teachers worldwide for this project and she is welcoming everyone to become a part of her recently launched Kickstarter campaign.

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Chad Tackett Shows You How to Lose Weight and Gain Muscle

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HAPPY VALLEY, OR, UNITED STATES, March 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Losing weight is difficult for many people. You may tell yourself that you don't have the time or motivation to do so in order to complete your weight loss journey. For those who do end up losing the weight they want to get rid of, they end up sacrificing muscle mass in the process. This can leave some people frustrated with their body whenever they have climbed one mountain and they give up when they realize they have to climb another. Fortunately, Chad Tackett has created Committed 100 in order to help people achieve their fitness goals.

Losing weight and gaining muscle is entirely possible if you put the right resources together. Thankfully, Committed 100 is an online weight loss program that can help you achieve this. Committed 100 has dozens of training programs and meal plans that will help you lose weight and gain muscle. According to Committed 100's Chad Tackett, you are going to want to consider these factors whenever you are building muscle and losing weight:

– The amount of protein you are consuming
– Losing weight at a slower pace
– Incorporating strength training into your regiment
– Don't overdo it on the cardio
– Let your muscles relax

Consuming more protein whenever you are working out will give your body the fuel that it needs in order to build solid muscle. However, eating only protein and only doing strength training will cause you to gain an excessive amount of weight. This is why you want to balance out your workouts with some cardio. Chad Tackett recommends that you perform the 2/3 rule: 2/3 should be strength training and 1/3 should be cardio. This will allow you to get the strength training you need to get in and the cardio you need to lose that stubborn fat.

Committed 100's Chad Tackett wants you to know that working out regardless of what the activity is will burn calories. This is why it is important to put more of a focus on strength training. Don't eat too many carbs, stay away from junk food, and focus on your workout routine. You'll soon get those gains you've always wanted if you stick to Committed 100's workout plan.

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In the past 25 years since creating Committed 100, the world’s first online weight loss program, Chad Tackett has helped people in over 100 countries, of various ages, sizes, and backgrounds, achieve their health and fitness goals. He endeavors to help people make healthy and sustainable lifestyle changes to live happier, healthier, and more fulfilling lives without giving up their favorite foods or suffering through boring workouts.

If you are ready to fundamentally change how you think about food for the long-term and “fix” your metabolism Visit https://joinnow.live/s/NIVPrO to watch this free training by Chad Tackett at Committed 100.

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William Magagna Named Treasurer of LTEN Board of Directors

Life sciences training veteran William Magagna has been selected as treasurer of the LTEN Board of Directors.

ROANOKE, VA, UNITED STATES, March 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Life sciences training veteran William Magagna has been selected as treasurer of the LTEN Board of Directors. The appointment, which begins immediately, runs through the end of 2021. Magagna succeeds Richard Sampson, who was named 2020-21 president of the LTEN Board of Directors.

Magagna, vice president, virtual education solutions, for Siemens Healthcare, has worked in virtual education and instructional design for more than 25 years, including the past 17 years with Siemens. Magagna has served on the LTEN Board of Directors since 2012.

“I was happy to step into the treasurer role after Richard’s selection as board president,” Magagna said. “After eight years on the board, I’ve seen how vital that role is to the management of our network and how much it affects members in ways they may not even realize. I look forward to working closely with the board, other officers on the board’s Executive Committee and LTEN staff to ensure we’re compliant, fiscally responsible and forward-thinking in our resource management.”

“Bill’s been a valued member of LTEN and of the board for a long time, and I know he’ll be a great asset to the leadership team,” said Dawn Brehm, LTEN executive director. “The treasurer role is a vital one, and Bill’s experience, reliability and attention to detail will serve LTEN well.”

ABOUT LTEN
The Life Sciences Trainers & Educators Network (www.L-TEN.org) is the only global 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization specializing in meeting the needs of life sciences learning professionals. LTEN shares the knowledge of industry leaders, provides insight into new technologies, offers innovative solutions and communities of practice that grow careers and organizational capabilities. Founded in 1971, LTEN has grown to more than 2,100 individual members who work in pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device and diagnostic companies, and industry partners who support the life sciences training departments.

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For more information contact Nannette Nolan, LTEN director of marketing communications, at nnolan@L-TEN.org

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KIDS HANDWASHING INTIATIVE

CLEAN HANDS KID

CLEAN HANDS KID SONG

CLEAN HANDS KID

UNITED STATES, March 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — iRead2Know iHeartRadio's beloved characters Purple Frog and Friends motivate and inspire children to wash their hands in a fun entertaining way.

Clean Hands Kid Initiative can inspire a lifelong healthy habit while alleviating anxiety in children, as well as helping parents to promote hand washing.

"Share the symbol, recite the poem, sing the song! Be a Clean Hands Kid!"

Nancy Hahn: CEO/Creator iRead2Know iHeartRadio and creator of iRead2Know iHeartRadio Characters, Stories, Songs, and Musicals.

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Dr. Steven F. Weiner is Rated As One Of The Top 1% Of Physicians Who Treat Acne Scars

Using filler and subcision for acne scars Dr. Steven F. Weiner, MD

Treatment with Bellafill and Subcision

Filler, subcision, and RFM for acne scars, Steven F. Weiner, MD

Treatment with Subcision, Filler, and the Genius RFM Steven F. Weiner, MD

Dr. Weiner and his team treat acne scar patients from all over the world with a multifaceted, comprehensive approach for all degrees of scarring and skin types.

Dr. Weiner uses a combination of treatments for acne scars including Radiofrequency Microneedling, Subcision, TCA CROSS, Dermal Fillers, and Lasers to obtain optimal results.”

— Steven F. Weiner, MD

SANTA ROSA BEACH, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, March 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Dr. Steven F. Weiner is a Facial Plastic Surgeon in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida who has been rated as being within the "Top 1% of Physicians" who treat acne scars. Dr. Weiner and his team routinely see patients daily from all over the United States, Canada, and across the world for treatment of their acne and acne scars.

Typically, patients have already performed an online consultation and a tentative treatment plan has been outlined, prior to their office visit. These consultations can be arranged through our office by calling 850.622.1214. Instructions are given to upload photos to our HIPAA compliant cloud based software, TouchMD. Upon review, Dr. Weiner gives his opinion as to what methods of treatments would generate the best results. Appropriate considerations are made based on patient's skin type and tolerable downtime. Final treatment plans can only be determined by the in-office consultation and physical exam face-to-face with the patient.

Acne scars are grouped into 3 types: Atrophic/Rolling acne scars, Boxcar scars, and Ice Pick scars. Each type of scar is treated differently by Dr. Weiner and often combination treatments will give the best results.

The types of treatments offered for acne scars are:

Subcision: Using blunt microcannulas, scars that are tethered from the skin (dermis) to the deeper tissues are released by dividing them. Using cannulas has been shown in studies to be more effective, have less side effects, and more patient satisfaction than the traditional methods used for subcision such as the Nokor needle. There is minimal pain and swelling typically with this treatment and usually a numbing agent is injected simultaneously when performing subcision.

TCA CROSS: TCA is a chemical peeling agent that leads to collagen stimulation during the healing process. CROSS stands for chemical reconstruction of skin scars. Using 80-100% TCA, ice pick or select small boxcar scars are treated with this technique. Small scabs form after this treatment and can last about 5 days. It is important to keep these scabs moist for best results. Literature states that 4-6 treatments are needed for best results and that improvement in these scars is very significant.

Radiofrequency Microneedling (RFM): RFM is a technology that Dr. Weiner embraced ever since it was introduced to the United States in 2013. Dr. Weiner has become one of the world's authority on RFM and recently published a chapter: Radiofrequency Microneedling: Overview of Technology, Advantages, Differences in Devices, Studies in Facial Plastics Clinics of North America. RFM is used to treat all types of acne scars by remodeling the scars and producing collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid. Many of the acne scar patients are darker skin types and RFM is a very safe treatment for all colors of skin. Dr. Weiner's choice of RFM device is the Genius from Lutronic. It is the most advanced RFM on the market with features such as: impedance feedback, insulated needles, pulse quality feedback, energy delivered, and variable pulse/depth. Due to the features of the Genius, downtime is minimized, results are optimized, and the treatment is extremely safe. "Our patients will often fly in and fly out on the same day they receive treatment with the Genius". Usually 3 of these treatments are performed.

Lasers: There is a full complement of ablative and nonablative lasers at The Aesthetic Clinique. While nonablative offer some improvement with acne scars, the most appreciable results are obtained with the ablative lasers, specifically, the CO2 laser. Dr. Weiner uses the eCO2 laser as his choice for acne scars. This laser is reserved for skin types 1-3 (lighter skin) because darker skin has a risk of post inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH). There is about 5-7 days of wound care and being housebound after this treatments. This laser is a fractional CO2 laser which makes it safer than the older CO2 lasers. 1-2 treatments are usually performed.

Fillers: When there is volume loss or depressions related to acne scars, often fillers are used to elevate the scars. Sometimes the volume loss associated with aging accentuates the visibility of acne scars and this requires filler as well for best results. Dr. Weiner uses a variety of fillers to treat acne scars: Hyaluronic Acid (Restylane Refyne, Defyne, Lyft) and Polymethylmethacrylate (Bellafill). The specific filler used during a treatment is determined by the duration desires of the patient as well as the best filler for their particular scar. Filler treatment is often combined on the same day as all the above treatments.

Low Level Laser Treatment (LLLT): All patients are treated with the Healite after lasers or RFM. This light leads to better results, faster recovery, and less redness which has been proven by multiple studies. This complimentary treatment is 17 minutes, painless, and relaxing. The day after treatment, we also offer another treatment if the patient is still in town.

Dr. Weiner individualizes his acne scar treatments and uses a team approach to give patients the optimal results. Keep in mind that multiple treatments are the norm, often every 4-8 weeks.

Dr. Weiner positions his practice, The Aesthetic Clinique, as one of the most technologically advanced cosmetic centers in the United States. Dr. Weiner lectures and trains worldwide on advanced injection techniques and aesthetic technologies. The Aesthetic Clinique was awarded the Best Aesthetic Practice in the U.S. in 2018 at The Aesthetic Show. In 2019 and 2020, The Aesthetic Clinique was voted Best Medspa and Best Doctor from The Best in Destin awards. He is one of the world's authorities on Radiofrequency Microneedling and recently published the most comprehensive review of the technology and studies in the Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America. He was recently highlighted on "The Doctors Show" for his trademarked "reJAWvenation" technique for jawline rejuvenation using dermal fillers. Dr. Weiner has over 26 years of experience in the aesthetic industry.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of North America Coronavirus Task Force

A partnership between Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (BBBSA) and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada (BBBSC) during this time of crisis

TAMPA, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, March 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Two national organizations representing hundreds of agencies and thousands of communities across North America have joined forces to collaborate in support of mentoring relationships that ignite the power, promise, and potential of youth during the coronavirus pandemic.

Big Brothers Big Sisters provide mentoring services to youth, ages 5 to young adulthood. BBBSA represents 240 local Big Brothers Big Sisters agencies in the United States, serving 5,000 communities; BBBSC represents 101 local Big Brothers Big Sisters agencies in Canada, serving 1,100 communities. The rapid spread of the coronavirus and important measures put in place to reduce the spread of the coronavirus are isolating the young people and families we serve, presenting serious challenges to their financial, emotional, and physical wellbeing. Across both nations, Big Brothers Big Sisters agencies are stepping up to keep Littles connected to their Bigs, provide moral support and essential resources to families. Unfortunately, the ripple effect of the coronavirus and the resulting economic downturn threaten the fundraising channels of local agencies and force cancellations of fundraising events that were critically important to sustain the organizations and continue needed mentoring services and family support. The Big Brothers Big Sisters of North America Coronavirus Task Force will work together to: 1) Identify funding that can be used to save agencies from closing their doors, 2) Align messaging, thought leadership, and best practices for the North American BBBS network, and 3) Pursue options for virtual engagement so the strong mentoring relationship continues between the mentor and mentee, as well as provide support for families as needed.

“We are focused on making sure our critical mission will continue in every community,” said Pam Iorio, President & CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. “All of our agencies have been adversely affected by the pandemic and together with BBBS of Canada we will work to ensure our one-to-one mentoring programs can thrive.”

“We continue to encourage the bonds of social interaction, albeit in a new and digital way during these challenging times of social distancing and self-isolation,” said W. Matthew Chater, President and CEO, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada. “We will work together to ensure agencies can continue to provide these essential services and life-changing mentoring relationships for young people through this pandemic.”

About Big Brothers Big Sisters
The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters is to create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. Big Brothers Big Sisters’ evidence-based approach is designed to create positive youth outcomes, including educational success, avoidance of risky behaviors, higher aspirations, greater confidence, and improved relationships. Big Brothers Big Sisters of America was founded in 1904; Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada was established 106 years ago. For more information, visit www.bbbs.org and https://bigbrothersbigsisters.ca/.

Members of the 16-person Big Brothers Big Sisters of North American Coronavirus Task Force include:

BBBSA
Gale Nelson – President and CEO, BBBS Miami (Florida)
Amy Kuchta – CEO, BBBS of Southwest Michigan
Kalli Christ – Executive Director, BBBS of Acadiana (Louisiana)
Nichole Turgeon – President and CEO, BBBS of the Midlands (Nebraska)
Darcey Palmer Schultz – BBBS of Central Indiana
Jeremy Foster – CEO, BBBS of Metro Chicago (Illinois)
Betsy Fitzgerald – President and CEO, BBBS of the Heart of Georgia
Alicia Guevara – CEO, BBBS New York City (New York)
Beach Pace – CEO, BBBS of Columbia Northwest (Oregon)
Angela Reed Padilla – CEO, BBBS Central New Mexico
Kwame Johnson – President and CEO, BBBS of Metro Atlanta (Georgia)

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Gurpreet Lail – President and CEO, BBBS of Calgary (Alberta)
Leanne Nicolle – President and CEO, BBBS of Toronto (Ontario)
Victor Roman – Executive Director, BBBS of Regina and Area (Saskatchewan)
Nick Sharpe – Executive Director, BBBS of Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Susan Ingram – Executive Director, BBBS of Ottawa (Ontario)

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COVID 19 – Infection Prevention Tips for Cleaning Professionals

Cleaning professionals equipped with knowledge can greatly reduce COVID-19 transmission.

Cleaning professionals equipped with knowledge can greatly reduce COVID-19 transmission.

Proper use of protective gloves helps prevent COVID-19 spread.

Proper use of protective gloves helps prevent COVID-19 spread.

N95 or Surgical masks can reduce exposure to COVID-19.

N95 or Surgical masks can reduce exposure to COVID-19.

Cleaning professionals can help prevent surface and other transmission of COVID-19 in facilities. Take these steps to make a difference.

Be proactive by taking steps that help prevent cross-infection. Be aware of surroundings and act now to protect yourself, your family and the public”

— William R. Griffin

NAMPA, ID, USA, March 26, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — HFI-U is pleased to share the following tips from William R. Griffin, president of Seattle WA-based Cleaning Consultants, to assist cleaning professionals in preventing COVID-19 transmission.

1. Put gloves on (donning) before you start work and take them off (doffing) when you stop work. Use fresh gloves each time you remove them (if disposables are used), and follow proper procedure (see illustration).
2. Wash your hands frequently and apply sanitizer before and after going to the restroom, eating or taking off your gloves or mask. Wear goggles when mixing chemicals or if there is mist or dust in the air.
3. Keep soiled hands away from your eyes, nose, mouth, face and body.
4. Wear a face mask (N95 respirator or surgical) at all times when working and when traveling in congested public spaces (bus, plane, train, etc.).
5. Do not go to work if you are sick (cough, cold, flu, temperature, shortness of breath, runny nose, open wounds). Those reporting to work when sick should be sent home and referred to their personal physician.
6. Use disinfectant solution or wipes to regularly clean all high-touch surfaces such as light switches, elevator buttons, handrails, drinking fountains, phones, door push plates and handles, counters, desks, keyboards, etc. Allow dwell time for the disinfectant to work. Do the same at home, when you travel or use public facilities.
7. Use vacuum cleaners, auto scrubbers and carpet extractors that provide high-level filtration. Use dusting methods that capture dust. While there is no definitive word on whether coronavirus can infect via dust particles, it is better to be safe than sorry.
8. No handshakes, hugging or other physical contact. Use phones, texting, internet, and email to reduce personal contact. Use your own phone, computer, stapler, etc., and do not share with others. Disinfect frequently.
9. Keep your distance from others 4-6 ft is best. (cough and sneeze zone)
10. Don’t be afraid but proactive by reducing exposures and taking steps that help prevent cross-infection. Be aware of surroundings and act now to protect yourself, your family and the public.

Other Suggestions:

I. For in-depth disinfection, consider use of an electrostatic spray system for chemical application.
II. For non-chemical disinfection, consider the use of a steam vapor machine.
III. Do not use brooms or dust mops for dry soil removal. While there is no definitive word on whether coronavirus can infect via dust particles, it is better to be safe than sorry.
IV. Prefer wet cleaning methods that apply fresh cleaning solution to surfaces then vacuum off soiled liquid. Where possible, replace mopping with spray-and-vac or dispense-and-vac equipment.
V. Do not return soiled wet mops or cleaning cloths to same bucket or container. Replace cleaning solution, mops, cloths regularly (when they become cloudy, visibly soiled or per policy) to prevent loss of effectiveness and contamination. Some areas require single use only. Mix chemicals per label instructions and allow specified dwell time (e.g., up to 7-10 minutes).
VI. Employers/businesses may wish to provide sanitizing wipes for employee keyboards, and desktops, etc., and tissue for employees to catch sneezes, etc.

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After Campus Attack, Former Carleton University Student Still Seeking Justice

Meladul Haq Ahmadzai

Meladul Haq Ahmadzai

In Ottawa, Canada Meladul Haq Ahmadzai was attacked on campus at Carleton University in 2015. Ahmadzai launched civil court action against Carleton University.

OTTAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — In Ottawa, Canada Meladul Haq Ahmadzai was attacked on campus while studying at Carleton University in 2015. Initially, Ahmadzai launched a court case against Carleton University with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. He asked for legal justice from the court in Ontario (case file number is CV-19-00080663-0000) due to health consequences. He also filed a report with the local police and as well seen by medical professionals.

Ahmadzai says, “My case is now stranded in the Justice Department with little action other than to wait.” He adds, “With the Covid-19 situation happening across Ontario, the Justice system in my province is closed.”

Meanwhile, hospital records which was submitted to the courts confirms that Ahmadzai was seen by medical professionals for the injuries to his eyes. Ahmadzai further adds, “I was seen by medical professionals and thank god the injuries were not serious to my eyes.” Currently, the government has closed all its offices, and that includes the court system in Ontario.

The government has instructed people to stay home and to remain calm during the coronavirus pandemic. Ahmadzai concludes, “I will have to live the rest of my life with mental illness, but I am confident that one day justice will be done in my matter.”

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