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Alcohol-based or hydrogen peroxide-based hand sanitizers should be distributed to staff for the cleaning and disinfection of their hands, and screening staff should wear gloves. At regular intervals, screening staff should conduct routine cleaning and disinfecting of frequently touched/exposed surfaces and security screening equipment, including trays at the security checkpoint and baggage areas. (...) Screeners should also change gloves after each hand search. Screening of cabin baggage or other items carried For screening with ETD, the same methodology for screening passenger applies – One swab to be used per tray. (...) A method should be put place to collect the discarded gloves (and swabs) as they may be considered hazardous material. For staff screening checkpoints, screeners should avoid touching others’ access control cards.
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Score: 1321861.8 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...ctices%20during%20COVID-19.pdf
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. - Place chairs 3–6 feet apart, when possible. Use barriers (like screens), if possible. - If your office has toys, reading materials, or other communal objects, remove them or clean them regularly. When Patients Arrive • Establish triage/screening area and place staff at the entrance to ask patients about their symptoms. - Provide symptomatic patients with tissues or surgical masks to cover mouth and nose. - Limit non-patient visitors. • Separate sick patients with symptoms. - Allow patients to wait outside or in the car if they are medically able. - Create separate spaces in waiting areas for sick and well patients. - Place sick patients in a private room as quickly as possible. After Patients are Assessed • After patients leave, clean frequently touched surfaces using disinfectants— counters, beds, seating. • Provide at-home care instructions to patients with respiratory symptoms.
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Score: 1252032.4 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...ronavirus_comms_clinicprep.pdf
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Airport Module - Security Screening You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) Security screening staff should be exempt from carrying out health and safety related screening to ensure they remain focused on security screening and related processes. (...) Enhanced cleaning and disinfecting should be routinely conducted of frequently touched/exposed surfaces and security screening equipment, including trays at the security checkpoint and baggage areas.
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Score: 1246921.1 - https://www.icao.int/covid/car...dule---Security-Screening.aspx
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(f) Self-sanitizing technology may also be considered for integration within kiosks with touch screens, to allow for the disinfection of the screens between each use. (...) (j) Enhanced cleaning and disinfecting should be routinely conducted of frequently touched/exposed surfaces and security screening equipment, including trays at the security checkpoint and baggage areas. 4.1.2 Passenger Screening (a) Alcohol-based hand sanitizer should be distributed to staff for the cleaning and disinfection of their hands. (...) (f) Self-sanitizing technology may also be considered for integration within kiosks with touch screens, to allow for the disinfection of the screens between each use.
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Score: 1240509.5 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...r%20travelCovid-19-27Jun21.pdf
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Consider the integration of self‐sanitizing technology within kiosks touch screens.   Use  retractable  stanchions  and  floor  signage  in  the  queuing  area  of  the  traditional  check‐in  counters to manage queues (...)       Hand sanitizers and disinfection products should be provided prior to and after passengers and  staff screening access points where possible.      Routine  enhanced  cleaning  and  disinfecting  should  be  conducted,  if  needed,  of  frequently  touched/exposed  surfaces  and  security  screening  equipment,  including  trays  at  the  security  checkpoint and baggage areas.  (...)              Security screening:  o Security  screening  procedures  in  section  (3.4)  of  this  document  apply  to  arrivals  security  screening
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Score: 1240160.45 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...%20during%20the%20Pandemic.pdf
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Rethinking screen-time in the time of COVID-19 | UNICEF Office of Global Insight & Policy Skip to main content Office of Global Insight & Policy Toggle navigation English Français Español العربية Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Office of Global Insight & Policy EXPLORE TOPICS Digital technology The environment Finance Governance Human capital Markets Society Stay in touch Main navigation Home Featured projects Latest work Our team Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Rethinking screen-time in the time of COVID-19 How can families make the most of increased reliance on screens — which are helping to maintain a sense of normalcy during lockdown — while also finding the right balance with other important activities? (...) Not too much, not too little, but just the right amount of screen time seems to be optimal for children . Screen-time has also been blamed for physical inactivity — a leading risk factor for global mortality which also contributes to childhood obesity .
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Score: 1212698 - https://www.unicef.org/globali...king-screen-time-time-covid-19
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Which airports should implement exit screening? b. What are the key elements of exit screening? (...) Appropriate management of data as part of exit screening plan provides valuable insight into the scope and effectiveness of screening programs. (...) Infection prevention and control (IPC) precautions for primary screeners: • wear gloves • keep at least a 1 meter distance with travellers to be screened as much as possible • avoid touching the travellers as much as possible • if a traveller is found to have fever or falls sick during screening, avoid touching the sick person and immediately call the secondary screeners for further evaluation and clinical management • perform hand hygiene with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand rub solution after glove removal EVD Case Study Facilitator Guide 15 b. b.
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Score: 1210690.8 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...e%20EVD%20Exit%20Screening.pdf
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. • Symptoms of individuals under quarantine should be closely monitored. Perform verbal screening of symptoms and temperature checks twice daily for all individuals. (...) Such individuals must be detected ASAP and moved to an isolation area for treatment. • Environmental cleaning and disinfection procedures must be followed consistently and correctly, including daily cleaning and disinfection of frequently touched surfaces, cleaning and disinfection of bathrooms and toilets. (...) All such records of screening of temperature and symptoms check before exit must be recorded for future audit. https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/coronavirus_comms_tempsymptomlog.pdf
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Score: 1207533.8 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...d_postdeploymentquarantine.pdf
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Help prevent the spread of germs by washing your hands often with soap and water for at least twenty seconds and by not touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. Please cover your   cough. (...) Please email us toursunhq@un.org if you have a hearing, vision, cognitive or developmental disability before coming to the UN. cr5a0291.jpg   Screening   All visitors to United Nations Headquarters must go through security screening (airport-style). To speed up the process, please remove hats, sunglasses, belts, scarves, jackets, etc. prior to screening. Please note that cell phone use and photography in the screening facility are not permitted.
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Score: 1200570.3 - https://www.un.org/en/visitor-centre-new-york/page/arrival
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Adjust the distance you’re sitting from the screen (with your head roughly arm distance from the screen) and screen height (with your eyes at roughly the same level as the top of the screen), and make sure the room is well-lit. 2. (...) Ask your child how they feel about their first week at school and try alternative activities such as drawing and storytelling to open up conversation. 5. Keep in touch with your teacher Make sure you stay in touch with your children’s teachers and stay updated with the latest information from school.
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Score: 1197837.7 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam...day-learning-online-dont-worry
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