How to safely put on and take off a mask
August 11, 2020
Face masks can be an effective control measure in a community setting, as well as a healthcare setting, in preventing droplets of bodily fluids from escaping via the nose and mouth.
They protect the wearer against splashes and sprays (sneezes and coughs) from other people.
Our Level 3 Surgical Mask is a single-use face mask is a lightweight mask designed to promote comfort, with two ear loops to hold the mask in place.
You may be asked to, or choose to, wear a mask to protect yourself and others. We have collaborated with SA Health to understand how to safely put on and take off a mask.
Watch the video from Lysanthi at SA Health to learn more, or follow our simple steps below.