As we all are trying to get our life back to normal, daily commute has become a part of life, once again. But still, the threat of the pandemic is out there. Hence, we all need to be extra cautious during travelling. Being scared is not an option but being more cautious should be a way of life henceforth.
1. Travel only when it is essential
Though the definition of essential may change from person to person, try to avoid travelling as much as possible.
When it is necessary, check if you can travel during the non-peak hours to avoid the rush.
2. Cover your face with appropriate face cover
Not just because it is compulsory but because it is the simplest and efficient way to protect yourself and others.
3. Sanitize as you go
Do use sanitizers (wipes, spray, lotions) before and after the travel.
Do not forget to sanitize your bags, shoes, mobile phones and oyster card once you reach home.
4. We all need some space
Keep an appropriate amount of distance between the next person and yourself whether it is the seating during the commute, queues at the ticket counter or waiting at the station.
5. Be considerate
Pandemic has been an unprecedented event and we all are struggling to cope up with it. Be considerate towards the person next to you. You never know what the other person is going through. Be kind and patient.
6. Commuting through privately hired cars
If you are commuting through a rented car you will be in a close contact with the driver in an enclosed place. Please respect your health as well as the person driving.
Do leave the car as clean and sanitized as possible.
7. Authorities at public places
Police, guards and all types of staff present at the public places are working round the clock to make our life easier and safer. They are putting their lives at risk by being present at the most vulnerable places.
Do listen to the instructions given by them and respect their space as well.
We at G3 Security provide exceptional services to protect premises and personnel even during these difficult times.
The security guards can be available to ensure people are following the rules while entering a particular premise such as hotels, restaurants, stores, malls, etc.
They are well trained in letting people know that they need to obey the rules in a firm but respectable way.