Comprehensive coverage of COVID-19 and its impact on industry.
General workplace guidelines
Wash hands often and wear PPE while working.
Clean often using appropriate cleaning agents.
If required, setup the capability to record your customers details.
Optimistic environment helps best practice adherence.
Ensure 6 feet or 2 metre distance between workstations.
Reinforce best practices for personal hygiene and sanitization plans.
Daily Symptom check
Monitor staff for symptoms of COVID-19.
Stay up to date
Stay current with industry and government updates.
Operational Personnel guidelines
Wash hands frequently, wear PPE before entering work areas.
PPE or Uniforms
Don fresh set of PPE gear before entering back into work areas.
Check for symptoms – fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath.
Stagger break timing so social distancing is maintained.
Deliveries and dispatches managed in a contact-less fashion.
Stay up to date
Stay current with new work guidelines and health announcements.
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