|31 March 2020|
Creating BARRIERS against the coronavirus
|ADOPTING NEW SAFETY BEHAVIORS|
The coronavirus pandemic is spreading at an alarming rate on the African continent, and during this period we need to safeguard our employees, partners and families by adopting new safety & prevention measures.
Below is an illustration on what we need to do in order to protect ourselves and those around us from the Coronavirus.
|CONDITIONS FOR ACCESS TO CASTEL MALAWI PREMISE|
Castel Malawi remains responsible for the safety of its employees, customers, contractors’, suppliers and visitors.
We have put in place the following initiatives as prevention measures, detection and worst-case scenario preparedness.
|STEP 01: Present your ID at the main Gate|
|STEP 02: Wash your hands thoroughly fo 20 seconds|
The company has hired a team of 13 medical students from Kamuzu College of Nursing, to manage the temperature screening process and provide additional assistance to our site clinics.
- All stakeholders will have temperature checked at main entrances upon arrival on site.
- Full details will be recorded in a logbook and a wrist band issued which should be kept on until leaving the site as evidence of control done.
- If the temperature is above 38 degree Celsius, access the site will be refused, and the individual will be sent to the clinic or advised to seek medical review.
Frequently contacted surfaces need to be cleaned and disinfected. These include door handles, meeting tables, chairs, stair rails, vehicle cabins and commonly used machinery. It is our mission to ensure that that disinfection is effective on all the sites
We continue to encourage our employees to:
- Observe social distance (1 meter) when meeting in groups.
- Make hand sanitizing a common practice
It is our joint responsibility to fight against the spread of the coronavirus to safeguard our families, lives and country.