COVID-19 – What Precautions Should You Implement?

World Health Organization (WHO), states that the risk of spread and the risk of impact of COVID-19 is very high at a global level. Here´s how you cope with that.

The Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) has issued guidelines, information and advice for preventive measures. As with all good emergency preparedness, it’s all about taking precautions, being prepared and having a response plan in place.
Immediate preventive measures your company easily can implement:

Implement and follow the following guidelines provided by national health authorities for infection prevention, Advice and information to the public about COVID-19:

    • Good hygiene
      • Wash your hands often, use sanitizer
      • Ensure correct hygiene with food
      • Avoid close contact with individuals that are visible sick
    • Travel restrictions
      • Follow travel advice provided by your Ministry of Foreign Affair
      • If possible, restrict business travel and encourage video and/or telephone conference

InCaseIT pandemic guidelines can quickly and efficiently help your business come up with a plan that you can implement. InCaseIT pandemic guidelines is a checklist and a valuable document for prevention and reducing the scope of a possible outbreak. InCaseIT pandemic guidelines include a checklist and plan for:

  1. How a pandemic will affect your business
  2. How a pandemic will affect your employees/customers/guests
  3. Guide for establishing company policies
  4. How to protect you employees/customers/guests
  5. Guide for communications

Keep up to date with the development of the COVID-19 here:

Feel free to contact us at sales@pilotech.no and we will send you the InCaseIT Pandemic Guideline.

Harald Axelsen

Harald has over 20 years experience in sales, marketing and consultancy in emergency preparedness and crisis management. Background from companies such as Safetec, One Voice, UMS and Nordea.
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