I'm hoping somebody can help me.
I'm QM of an egg packing plant, with around 50 staff tops at any time.
We run one shift, with all the same staff members.
Senior management are self isolating, so it's kind of down to me and my manager.
We have put nothing in place in regards to Covid-19. The only thing we've changed is customers / deliveries go to a side door into the main production area instead of coming into the recpetion area (this makes no sense - to me this just says the office staff are more important than the operations staff)
At the moment, if somebody is off with symptoms they can't come in for 7 days. If somebody they live with has symptoms they can't come in for 14 days. When they do come back they simply fill out a health questionnaire.
I am concerned that this is not proactive procedure.
We have a clocking in machine where people use their fingers to scan. - i suggest we completely stop using this and revert back to a good old time sheet for now.
We also don't have to wear gloves.
Does anybody have any suggestions of what i could implement? And what is sensible or what is just a stretch too far.
i think firstly to stop using the clocking in machine and to have all staff wear gloves.