NASP held a second Q & A webinar with DVSA which took place on Friday 17th July.

You can view the webinar here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please keep checking the NASP website www.n-a-s-p.co.uk , individual NASP member association websites, member emails and social media for updated information. This advice is for everyone when your government say it’s safe to work.

Please remember that ADINJC, DIA and MSA are the only Tier 1 consultative stakeholder of DVSA within the ADI industry and as such receive information and communications direct from the regulator to disseminate to members. It is wise to check the source and validity of any other information you see, particularly on social media, if it does not come from a professional body within the sector.

Tips on how to put on a mask – from ADI Sarah Hutchinson’s surgeon consultant father

  1. take off your glasses
  2. place the mask as high up as possible on the nose
  3. pinch the metal insert tightly onto the nose
  4. replace glasses.

You will see the edge of the mask is within the lower edge of the glasses.  Masks without the nasal seal insert will of course be more susceptible to glasses steaming up.   Practice wearing a mask in the home then your breathing rate will settle down to normal.  Also, a useful hint from a motorcyclist is to use anti-fog spray on both sides of your glasses lenses.  Specsavers say please don’t use washing up liquid on your glasses,  you could ruin the coating!