Every business must have a plan for emergency
Lilia Zagrebelna, Sustainability Director at Nova Poshta, shared an important practice of mitigating the risks, associated with COVID-19, which could be adopted by other enterprises: “The company has developed internal protocols, which answer the question “What exactly should be done to minimize the negative impact of the coronavirus?”. The following set of actions is assumed: if there is a suspicion that an employee has a viral infection, the post office, where he/she works in, is urgently closed for three days for the disinfection. An employee must take the PСR test. At the same time, a map of his contacts of the first and second levels is created. Meanwhile, the entire department staff is sent for testing and two-week self-isolation, with 50% of salary reservation. If the PCR test results are negative, people return to work. Surely, we train staff on these procedures".
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