10 Apr 2020
Governments around the world consider both the medical and the food industry as strategic sectors during this crisis. Since you are helping communities around the globe by providing them essential food, we are socially responsible for keeping our activities going.
As the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues, it is essential to apply thorough hygiene guidelines. In order to help you fight and contain the virus, we have gathered some additional, precautionary measures you can take.
Maintaining a clean environment for both your customers and team members is now the number one priority. That is why it is important to pay extra attention to cleaning surfaces and objects that are touched by different people, including:
Implement a cleaning schedule to make these efforts part of a routine and inform your customers and staff members accordingly.
For everyone to practice good hygiene and prevent the virus from spreading, the World Health Organization (WHO) strongly advises to:
Additionally, to avoid touching products with your hands, favour using serving tongs and hygiene gloves.
It is also advised for staff and contractors to have access to places where they can wash their hands with soap and water as well as placing sanitizing hand rub dispensers in prominent places.
You can also (help) remind people of best practices, by displaying posters promoting hand-washing thanks to the help of your local public health authority or by consulting WHO).
One effective solution to contain the spread of the coronavirus outbreak is social distancing.
To help and build trust among your customers, you can:
Everyone is now having trouble to oversee and understand the situation. Your staff members and customers will understand that the same goes for you. Retain their trust and help them remain calm and focused by being honest and transparent about the situation and approach it with empathy.
By keeping open communication, people can assist each other or come up with new ideas to manage the situation even better.