I'm the QA at a medium food manufacturer and we want to review our covid-19 measures as we think many things have changed since the pandemic has stared.
I would like to know, which measures have you put in place when the pandemic stared in early 2020 and what of those measure are still in place.
As a lot have changed since the pandemic started and a lot of people are vaccine now, it would be really interesting how businesses have response to that. Somehow we learning to live with it.
Are things like wearing a facemask during work in production, social distancing when possible, less contact as possible, cleaning every 2 hours, no visitors when possible etc. still appropriate?
And a other big topic in our company how do you deal with a employee calls because of a couth? Of course he could have Covid and must stay at home, how about those who use this measure just to stay at home even they do not have anything and just want a day of.
Really looking forward to hear form around the world how everyone is dealing in almost 2022 with Covid in there facility/business.