There are many technologically engineered equipment and tools which aid in the administration of various activities in the society. With the scientific knowledge and research that people have acquired and put into practice, it has been possible to control the various development of organisms. The ultraviolet germicide lamps have been developed to help in the disinfection of the various pathogens and germs that occur from most of the reactions. There are many small microorganisms and pathogens such as the bacteria, fungi and viruses which develop as a result of decomposition and combination of various substances and have to be done away with. Ultraviolet rays are very much effective in the total eradication of those pathogens and have been preferred the most.
The ultraviolet germicide lamps are scientifically designed to emit out strong ultraviolet rays in designated areas where pathogens are majorly fond of developing. The use of the ultraviolet germicide lamps needs to be handled with a lot of care to avoid causing injuries and there are some essential tips to be considered. The use of the germicide lamps is very much different from the rest of the lamps and there are manufacturer’s instructions to be followed. There are some regulations on when and how to use the germicide lamps and one has to go by them less they will be affected.
The face of the user which is mostly in contact with the germicide lamp has to be fully covered by the appropriate protective gear. The sightseeing organs which are the eyes have to in full protection since they are the ones being used to look and confirm the location. Every body part is very much essential and being exposed to the ultraviolet rays can lead to fatal effects hence protection is effective. Unlike the other normal rays, ultraviolet rays are very much strong and can radiate inside the body to deeper ends affecting the tissues and organs.
The germicide lamps should be turned on with the ultraviolet rays from the source when the activities at the lab site have been successfully completed. This is to avoid the ultraviolet rays which might remain in the atmosphere and can then come into direct contact with the body and even be inhaled hence has to be turned on only after working at the site.The ultraviolet rays have to be effective in the area designed for when no one is still working or is accessing the place to avoid the direct contacts. With the hands and the rest of the body, protective gloves and recommended lab coats should be worn since the sites with the rays can be touched. Accidents can never be predicted and would be vital for one to be protected enough especially at the body parts and take into practice all the precautions provided.