Covid-19 Safety Rules

General Rules: March 27, 2020 Safety Procedures: Covid-19

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In order to protect the health of employees and those visiting the workplace, we must:

  1. Respect the safety and hygiene procedures in place “Wash Hands Hourly and Log”
  2. Check the communications board every day
  3. Social distancing: 3 to 6 feet between workers at all times
  4. If you have symptoms, do not come to the plant; phone your supervisor

If you have been in contact with anyone who is contaminated or who is awaiting testing:

  1. 14 days of preventive isolation
  2. No meetings / gatherings
  3. One employee at a time in the wash rooms
  4. Lunches must remain in designated areas
  5. No access to the cafeteria before a shift begins
  6. Drink from water bottles only or provided disposable cups
  7. Go directly to your work station after punching / checking in
  8. Maintain social distancing at break and lunch times 6 feet minumum
  9. Only (1)- Employee allowed in office at a time
  10. Stay in the established work areas – do not wander from building to building
  11. Punch time-machine-card and go directly to work station.
  12. Keep your PPE with you at all times “Be Responsible”
  13. Whenever possible, leave doors open
  14. Return to your home / practice social isolation

Hygiene Rules: March 27, 2020

In order to protect the health of employees and those visiting the workplace, we must:

  1. Respect the safety and hygiene procedures in place
  2. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with your hands
  3. Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  4. One person at a time in the washrooms
  5. Should you cough or sneeze, cover your mouth and nose with your arm to reduce the spread of germs
  6. Avoid contact with anyone showing symptoms such as fever and cough
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  8. Use an alcohol based disinfectant if you don’t have access to soap and water
  9. If you use a paper facial tissue, throw it away as soon as possible after use and then wash your hands
  10. Make sure you clean your work station and frequently touched objects “Minumum of TWICE daily”on a regular basis
  11. Wash your hands as often as you can
  12. Cough or sneeze into your elbow or a facial tissue
  13. Don’t shake hands when greeting someone, and avoid hugging

Shipping & Receiving

Establish best practices to be followed to ensure the health and safety of the carrier in the plant.

  1. Access points to the plant are closed, and will open only on request by calling the plant manager.
  2. A sign with instructions is placed at all entry points. Points (2-6) are explained to the person arriving.
  3. Circulation inside the plant is prohibited for the external carriers beyond the unloading zone, even to use the washrooms.
  4. Always keep a distance of at least 6 feet between people in proximity, if proximity is necessary, use proper PPE.
  5. After backing up to loading-dock, DO NOT REMAIN ON THE LOADING PLATFORM; please return to the cab of your truck.
  6. In exceptional cases, the documents associated with the shipping/reception will not be signed.
  7. Shippers are not expected to move any cargo already in the trucks of external carriers.
  8. Any goods received must be quarantined for 48 hours or cleaned with a suitable product.
  9. Potential contamination points are disinfected on a regular basis (handles, handling equipment, etc.)
  10. The operators will notify the driver when all the merchandise has been loaded or unloaded.
  11. Thank you for your cooperation!


Preventive Isolation

Objective: Novatech Group must ensure the health and safety of its employees.
With this goal in mind, management has established strict precautionary measures, such as isolation at home for 14 days, even when no symptoms are evident.

  1. Stay at home, unless you have a medical appointment
  2. Avoid any contact with family members
  3. Wash your hands frequently and use alcohol-based hand sanitizers
  4. Actively monitor your temperature and watch for the appearance of any symptoms (fever, cough, difficulty breathing)
  5. Contact the Human Resources Department by email or phone every 3 days to notify them of your state of health
  6. Should any symptoms arise during the voluntary isolation period, the person affected must call 1-800 222-1222 immediately
  7. Do not use public transport (e.g., bus, metro, taxis)
  8. Have your provisions delivered to your home instead of going to the store yourself, if possible
  9. Contact the Human Resources Department at Fernwood 609-645-9770 on the Thursday morning before you return to work to confirm this return

Arrival on Site

Anyone showing compatible symptoms and who meets the criteria for exposure.
This person is instructed to self-isolate at home until lab results overturning the diagnosis have been received; if he has close contacts at high risk for contamination, he must continue to self-isolate even if his own result is negative.
NAME
Week
Checked by: Monday – Tuesday – Wednesday – Thursday – Friday

  1. Entrance by the authorized door
  2. Employee Temperature upon arrival
  3. Hand washing obligatory in accordance with established method
  4. Assess the state of health/questionnaire
  5. Assess the state of health of the family
  6. Review the employee’s movements morning and night
  7. Review the movements of family members (care of a relative)
  8. One employee at a time in the rest room
  9. Lunches must be kept in the lockers (Ice pack)
  10. No Gathering at the time clock -maintain social distencing 6-ft
  11. Go directly to the work station after punching in
  12. Take a look to the communication board

Worker selection

Anyone showing compatible symptoms and who meets the criteria for exposure.
This person is instructed to self-isolate at home until lab results overturning the diagnosis have been received; if he has close contacts at high risk for contamination, he must continue to self-isolate even if his own result is negative.
NAME
Date
Recalled by:

The return to work is voluntary

  1. Has not travelled since March 15, 2020
  2. No symptoms: cough, fever, difficulty breathing
  3. Check for other symptoms (runny nose, headache)
  4. No symptoms in the family
  5. Check whether any family members are at high risk for contamination (physician, nurse, etc.)
  6. Does not have an immunodeficient medical condition or family member with this condition
  7. Validation of possible exposure: Family visit, no stops en route
  8. Supervisor’s comments: