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The spread of the COVID-19 (corona virus) in Germany
emkon. prepares for the corona virus
The proceeding spread of SARS-COV2 Covid-19 (“corona virus”) has considerable effects on the global economy. We, as an industrial company, are also preparing measures in a responsible manner for the benefit of our employees, for the protection of our business partners and for safeguarding business processes. The company emkon. follows the recommendations of the German Association for Safety, Health and Environmental Protection at Work (VDSI) and the German Social Accident Insurance (DGVU).
All emkon. employees are comprehensively informed about hygiene measures, behavior and risks of spreading through internal communication. The information is provided by e-mail, posters, documents and by direct instruction of the employees. Currently, for example, there are clearly visible multilingual and easily understandable instructions for employees and visitors of emkon on every entrance of the company buildings.
Necessary materials for hygiene are sufficiently available.
The most important business processes, in the event of staff absences, are documented and prioritized. The necessary substitution regulations are drawn-up and options for home office are defined. In the event of necessary business trips and stays abroad, employees are specifically informed about the respective hygiene regulations or entry and exit regulations of the Federal Foreign Office and, if necessary, further information from the World Health Organization (WHO).
Information from the Robert-Koch-Institute are evaluated daily. The pandemic plans are updated regularly and consider the latest developments and recommendations of the health authorities.
The Pandemic Coordinator of company emkon. is named and has the following contact details:
Maik Becker, email@example.com
The Substitute of the Pandemic Coordinator is named and has the following contact details:
Lars Rosebrock, firstname.lastname@example.org
State of the information: 10 March 2020