Concrete plans to go back to work (17/04/20)

By: Nina Hoppmann
Created: 12 May 2020 - 02:05
Updated: 12 May 2020 - 02:05

Juan Abad from the company Dana, a global leader in drivetrain and e-Propulsion systems, shared with the European Alliance Against Coronavirus the measure the company has taken to secure the workplace for its employees. The internal protocols includes basic measures like disinfecting and distancing, restrictions for accessing common areas, and control of temperature. 

The best help for companies would be to:

  1. have clear rules
  2. have access to EPIs
  3. get in contact with the government agencies 

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veritas
15 May 2020
Guidence from the UK Government

UK Government publishes guidance for employers to help them get their businesses back up and running and workplaces operating safely.

The government has consulted approximately 250 stakeholders in preparing the guidance. It has been developed with input from firms, unions, industry bodies and the devolved administrations in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales and in consultation with Public Health England (PHE) and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), to develop best practice on the safest ways of working across the economy, providing people with the confidence they need to return to work.

The new guidance covers 8 workplace settings which are allowed to be open, from outdoor environments and construction sites to factories and takeaways.

Further details could be found here.

veritas
19 May 2020
Stretgy for going back to work
A good example of strategy to continue working and going back to work could be found under best practices section in the forum by Nano Academy Cluster form Bulgaria - https://www.clustercollaboration.eu/forum/best-practices-sharing/strategy-continuation-work-during-cov-19  
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