Many companies are adding safety measures as they restart their operations in light of the new coronavirus disease called COVID-19.
Hutaib Electricals are planning for the continued safe operation of the plants, transmission and distribution system through a process to identify which employees must work on site, which can work from home, [and] which must work in the field. We are limiting access to areas where essential employees must be on site, such as control centers. We are sanitizing and securing access to those areas in a conscious effort to maintain a healthy work environment for those key employees.
Hygiene measures have been increased considerably. Before entering the industry, our employees have their body temperature taken. We are also cleaning the premises much more frequently than usual, and that employees are requested to respect the sanitary distance of one meter with their colleagues. We are continuing to operate our generation facilities, and are ensuring our employees are following safety and ‘social distancing’ protocols, using personal protection equipment as needed.
(i) Must use reusable / cloth face cover.
(ii) Ensure proper cleaning and frequent sanitization of the workplace, particularly of the frequently touched surfaces
(iii) Cover your nose and mouth with handkerchief / tissue while sneezing and coughing.
(iv) Maintain personal hygiene and physical distancing.
(v) Strict disinfection protocols should be followed in the building / industries as per guidelines.
(vi) Practice frequent hand washing with soap and water or use alcohol-based hand rub / sanitizers.
(vii) Seating and machinery arrangement in Sections may be made to ensure adequate distance between officials in the rooms
(viii) Gathering especially in canteens must be avoided.
(ix) Gathering of 5 or more persons at any place in the office should be avoided
(x) Meetings should be done through video conferencing only.
(xi) Undertake essential correspondence on official email and avoid sending physical files and documents to other offices, to the extent possible.
(xii) Facilitate delivery and receipt of dak at the entry point itself of the industry, as far as possible
(xiii) All officials are advised to take care of their own health and look out for symptoms such as fever, respiratory problem and, if feeling unwell, should leave the workplace immediately after informing their reporting officers.
(xiv) Such employees should observe home-quarantine as per the guidelines issued by MoH&FM
(xv) All employees who are at higher risk i.e., older employees, pregnant employees and employees who have underlying medical conditions should take extra precautions. These employees should not be exposed to any front-line work requiring direct contact with the public.
The employees who are residing in notified containment zones are advised to follow the guidelines of the local authorities regarding movement in these zones and should join office only when such conditions are relaxed by the concerned local authorities.
All employees are advised to strictly follow the above mentioned precautionary measure