After the lockdown this spring, some normality returned in the summer. As a result of the second wave, this normality seems to be over again, but one thing is clear: Corona and the related measures will probably be with us for quite a while. And even under 'normal' circumstances, it makes sense to think about how we can protect the health of our interviewees and of course also of the interviewers in the best possible way.
In agreement with the health care und facility management experts, we have drawn up a detailed hygiene concept.
With this blog post we want to give you a short overview of the rules that apply to you and us.
Of course, the best strategy is still to avoid personal contact. That is why we have already switched a large part of our interviews to digital channels. But sometimes that is not possible and of course it's always better if face-to-face. In the case we need certain equipment or if the thematic field requires it, we are of course happy to welcome you at our lab, taking necessary measures into consideration!
The premise, which is even more valid than usual at this time, is of course that the safety of the participants and interviewers must always be the first and last argument.
Therefore, the following rules apply in our laboratory in principle and during the interviews:
There are also other measures behind the scenes. For example, we make sure there are enough buffers between interviews to avoid encounters, we issue expense allowances online and take enough air breaks - and depending on the type of interview and the circumstances, we naturally add to these rules accordingly.
If you have any questions about this or have any queries before an interview, please feel free to contact us!
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