Set up a suspicious symptom report phone, suspend the use of fingerprint time and attendance machines, and take the wrong time to work, flexible work system or home office mode … Yesterday, the joint prevention and control mechanism of the State Council announced the “control measures for resumption of work and resumption of production of enterprises and institutions guide”.
Set up a Suspicious Symptom Reporting Phone
The guidelines require all units to strengthen employee health monitoring, grasp the situation of employee mobility, and conduct health management by area according to local requirements. For example, people from severely affected areas should be observed at home or in centralized medical quarantine; employees who are in the quarantine period and living in collective dormitories should have their body temperature tested twice a day; and the health status of absentees should be known in a timely manner.
At the same time, each unit shall set up a telephone for reporting suspicious symptoms. When employees have fever and respiratory symptoms, they shall report to the unit in good faith. The unit shall summarize the health status of employees daily and report to the local disease control department.
Normal temperature before entering the unit
In terms of workplace epidemic prevention and control, the guidelines require strengthening the management of entry and exit personnel. Among them, units using fingerprint time attendance machines should be temporarily suspended and the entry and exit personnel should be registered by other methods. Each time an employee enters the unit or plant, they should take a temperature check at the entrance, and they can enter only when the temperature is normal. It is necessary to minimize the entry of non-unit personnel. If it is really necessary for the work, the body temperature should be detected, etc. before entering.
Where conditions permit, natural ventilation is preferred in the workplace. If the room temperature is reduced due to ventilation, staff should be reminded to wear appropriate clothing to keep warm. If an air conditioner is used, it should be ensured that the air supply is safe and adequate, and all the exhaust air is directly discharged to the outdoor. When the air conditioner is not used, the return air channel should be closed.
Hand washing equipment should be set up in the workplace, and the hand washing and spraying facilities should keep normal operation. If no hand-washing equipment is available, no-clean disinfection supplies should be provided.
In addition, public areas such as workplaces, canteens, elevators, toilets, sinks, commuting tools and related items should be regularly disinfected by a special person. Elevator buttons, door handles and other frequent contact parts should be appropriately increased the number of disinfection.
Commute or work from home at the wrong time
The guidelines emphasize the need to reduce staff gathering and collective activity. For example, to guide employees to line up in an orderly manner when using aisles, elevators, stairs, and smoking areas, to maintain proper spacing, and not to talk to others when smoking; to reduce the number of meetings that need to be held, shorten the time, control the scale, and maintain the air in the conference room Circulation is encouraged, and video or telephone conferences are encouraged. In principle, each employee’s collective dormitory does not exceed 6 people, and the average per capita is not less than 2.5 square meters. Depending on the actual situation, it can adopt the wrong time to work, flexible work system or home office.
In addition, the unit should appropriately extend the dining room dining time, implement peak shift dining, conditionally use lunch boxes, and scattered meals; strengthen the use of recycled tableware to clean and disinfect, and use disposable tableware without disinfection conditions; employees should avoid meals Sit face to face and don’t talk to others.
A separate observation area must be established
The guidelines require each unit to establish a separate observation area. When employees have suspicious symptoms, go to the area for temporary isolation and report to the local disease control department in time, and arrange for the employees to seek medical treatment in accordance with relevant regulations.
When employees with suspicious symptoms are found, the unit should immediately isolate their work posts and dormitories, and further close their offices, workshops and other office units and living quarters such as employee dormitories based on medical observations. Unrelated personnel are strictly prohibited from entering, and professional guidance Disinfect its activities and use items. Cooperate with relevant parties to make preventive and control measures for close contacts.
For units that have found cases, the epidemiological investigation of cases, follow-up management of close contacts, and disinfection of epidemic sites should be strengthened. Units that have spread the epidemic should temporarily close their workplaces based on the severity of the epidemic and resume production after the epidemic is under control.