Procedure for action in workplaces por the prevention of Coronavirus_010420
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9. email@example.com | grupoesoc.es | 965 22 99 40 9 Document translated altruistically by TRAYMA TRANLATIONS in their campaign #QuieroAyudar 3. If in doubt about symptoms, they should contact their Regional Government/workplace risk prevention service health department by telephone. (See Appendix 1). III. VULNERABLE EMPLOYEES In these cases, people with diabetes; cardiovascular disease, including high blood pressure; chronic liver disease; chronic lung disease; chronic kidney disease; immunodeficiency; cancer in active treatment phase; pregnancy and aged over 60 should take mor e stringent personal hygiene measures and WORK FROM HOME if possible. If there is any doubt about possible symptoms, they should contact their Regional Government/workplace risk prevention service health department by telephone. (See Appendix 1). The i nstructions given by the Health Authorities should be followed at all times. The full text of the Public Health Complete Guidelines document can be accessed via the Grupo ESOC web site. Appendix 1.
1. firstname.lastname@example.org | grupoesoc.es | 965 22 99 40 Versión 25 /03/2020 Document translated altruistically by TRAYMA TRAN S LATIONS in their campaign #QuieroAyudar PROCEDURE FOR ACTION IN WORKPLACES FOR THE PREVENTION OF CORONAVIRUS (COVID - 19) INFECTION This protocol is under permanent review in line with developments and new information available about infection from novel coronavirus (SARS - CoV - 2) Protocol Approved by: Signed: I n (place) _ ___, (day) ___________ (month) _______________________ (year) ___________
14. email@example.com | grupoesoc.es | 965 22 99 40 14 Document translated altruistically by TRAYMA TRANLATIONS in their campaign #QuieroAyudar RECORD OF RECEIPT OF PROTOCOL OF ACTION AGAINST POSSIBLE CASES OF CORONAVIRUS IN THE COMPANY (COVID - 19) This receipt is proof of delivery and explanation of the “PROTOCOL OF ACTION AGAINST POSSIBLE CASES OF CORONAVIRUS (COVID - 19) IN THE COMPANY” to company employees .........................................................................................., in the workplace at ........................................................................................................................... .................... EMPLOYEE D.N.I. (ID) DATE SIGNATURE
4. firstname.lastname@example.org | grupoesoc.es | 965 22 99 40 4 Document translated altruistically by TRAYMA TRANLATIONS in their campaign #QuieroAyudar Measures aimed at the prevention and control of infection Organisational measures • Measures should be put into place to minimise contact between employees and between employees and potential customers or the public that may be present in the workplace. In this sen se, the arrangement of workstations, the organisation of the movement of people and the distribution of spaces (furniture, shelves, corridors, etc.) in the workplace should be modified, as f ar as possible, to ensure a security distance of 2 metres , both fo r the different workstations in the workplace, fixed or mobile and specifically in the common areas (toilets, changing rooms, dining room, meeting rooms, corridors, etc.). If this distance cannot be guaranteed, shifts must be arranged in writing, for examp le, for the use of dining rooms or meeting rooms, to guarantee an employee capacity that allows at least two metres to be maintained between workers. • Business continuity plans should be established in the event of an increase in staff leave or an increase d risk of transmission in the workplace, with a participatory process and in accordance with the employees’ legal representation. • Consider the possibility of task redistribution and/or remote work if necessary. Remote work should be prioritised for positions that allow it, such as administrative, commercial, legal consultation, etc. • The following considerations will be taken into account for establishments open to the public: - The maximum capacity must comply with the extraordinary measures di ctated by the health authorities, and specifically with the safety distance requirement. - When possible, the enabling of access control mechanisms will be encouraged at the entrances of premises. This access control must ensure strict compliance with the m aximum capacity calculated for this extraordinary situation. - When applicable, measures will be established to organise customers who remain outside the establishment waiting to access it when capacity permits. All public, including those waiting outside t he property, must strictly keep their safety distance. - Customers will be clearly informed about the organisational measures and their obligation to cooperate with its fulfilment. • Access to nearby toilets and facilities should be guaranteed in the workpl ace, where employees can wash their hands and clean themselves properly during and after the workday. Employees will use the same distances preferably, and in any case, always maintaining a distance of two metres between them and the rest of the workers. • The common facilities of the workplace, and specifically, the changing rooms, toilets and dining room must be cleaned daily. • The toilets shall, at all times, have all necessary supplies for the proper personal hygiene of the employees, such as mirrors, sinks with running water (hot, if necessary), soap and a hygienic drying system (disposable towels or hand dryers ...). • Employees must avoid crowds or groups that involve contact between them, both in the workplace and throughout all of the rooms and faci lities of the centre . Examples are reducing and increasing the distance between seats in waiting and reception areas, increasing counter distances, etc. • The hygienic - sanitary measures to be followed by employees and staff are: - Wash hands frequently using hot water and soap when possible, rubbing your hands together well. For visibly - clean hands, alcohol - based products can be used. - Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. Hands touch everything and germs can survive on surfaces f or some time.
3. email@example.com | grupoesoc.es | 965 22 99 40 3 Document translated altruistically by TRAYMA TRANLATIONS in their campaign #QuieroAyudar PREVENTIVE MEASURES FOR CORONAVIRUS (COVID - 19) IN THE WORKPLACE The measures for the prevention of occupational hazards arising from COVID - 19 to be adopted by the employees of ....................................................................................................................................(company), at .................................................................................................................................................(workplace), to guarantee the healt h of employees and other individuals are as follows: It is essential to increase personal hygiene measures in all work areas and against any possible exposure. To this end, necessary means will be provided for the proper hygiene of employees following these recommendations. In particular, the following measures must be taken into account: • Hand hygiene is the main measure for the prevention and control of the infection. • Respiratory etiquette: - Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when coughing and sneezing, and discard it in a rubbish bin with a lid and pedal. If tissues are not available, cough into the crook of your elbow to prevent contaminating your hands. - Avoid touching your eyes, n ose or mouth. - Practice good respiratory hygiene habits. • Maintain a social distance of 2 metres. Any protective measure should ensure the adequate protection of employees from health or safety risks that cannot be sufficiently avoided or limited by the adoption of organisational, technical and, lastly, individual protection measures. All of the above measures may be adopted simultaneously if required by the working conditions. Information and training are essential to implement organisational, hygi ene and technical measures among work personnel in a circumstance such as the present. It must be ensured that all personnel has specific and up - to - date information and training on the specific measures implemented. There will be an increase in the use of posters and signage that promote hygiene and prevention measures. It is important to underline the importance of adapting the information and training in compliance with the measures as they are updated by the Ministry of Health, for which continuous monit oring is required. In addition to personal hygiene, necessary measures shall be put in place to ensure hygiene in the workplace , which should be increased with respect to standard practices. Clean - up and disinfection policies for workplaces and work team s are important preventive measures. It is crucial to ensure the correct cleaning of surfaces a nd spaces, striving to clean all surfaces daily , emphasising frequently used objects such as doorknobs, railings, buttons, etc. S tandard detergents are sufficien t for this purpose . Particular attention shall be paid to protect the work personnel responsible for cleaning tasks. The number of people and time of exposure shall be limited to the minimum possible. Avoid the incorporation of employees who present symptoms or are considered especially sensitive to this risk. The measures and conditions that must necessarily be adopted to guarantee the health of maintenance workers and personnel and prevent the sprea d of the virus are those required by official health protocols and, in particular, those indicated by the World Health Organisation and the Ministry of Health, without prejudice to those indicated by the Autonomous and Local Authorities.
6. firstname.lastname@example.org | grupoesoc.es | 965 22 99 40 6 Document translated altruistically by TRAYMA TRANLATIONS in their campaign #QuieroAyudar Public road frei ght transport vehicles Order TMA/259/2020 of 19 March, issuing instructions on road transport (Spanish State Gazette of 20 March 2020) states in its Article 1. Maximum number of persons in the cabin when goods are transported by road: 1 . When transporting goods by road, two persons may travel in the cabin of the vehicle, where this is necessary due to the type of transport. 2 . In any case, the protective measures and instructions indicated by the Ministry of Health aimed at preventing t he spread of COVID - 19 will have to be observed. Consequently, in the case of public road freight transport, two persons may travel in the cabin of the vehicle, where this is necessary due to the type of transport. Passenger transport vehicles Duly authorised passenger transport vehicles may carry a maximum of 50% of the passenger capacity. Passengers must be at least 1.3 metres apart and must also comply with the protective measures and instructions indicated by the Ministry of Health aimed at preventing the spread of COVID - 19. Emergency Situations • If the need arises to care for another person in an emergency situation, two possible situations will be differentiated: 1. Care and assistance to a person whose state of health is unknown and in an apparent situation of general health normalcy (no record of possible infection) will require general hygiene and health measures. As an individual preventive protection strategy: o If possible, wear gloves that will be thrown away immediately after use. o Avoi d touching your eyes, nose, or mouth after having physical contact with the assisted person or their belongings. o Wash your hands. Hand hygiene is one of the best practices for not acquiring infectious diseases or transmitting them. The recommendations on h ow to do this are: - Use water, preferably warm. - Add soap on the palms of your hands and rub for a minimum of 15 seconds, rub also your palms, back, in between fingers and forearm s . - Remove soap with water. - If possible, use a disposable paper towel. o After care, keep a distance from person to person (safety distance of two metres). o Avoid unnecessary physical contact. o Daily cleaning of common places and utensils (tables, handrails, door knobs, lift buttons, etc.). 2. Care and assistance to a person on Health Al ert (suspected or confirmed infection): Call 112 to follow directions and forms of action. • The head of each department or section, in collaboration with the Prevention Delegate, will be responsible for ensuring that the rest of the workers follow these in structions. • If the company so determines, temperature measurement controls may be carried out at the entrance. This measure can only be applied if hygienic safety measures are ensured. • This procedure must be disseminated to all personnel present at the workplace, both of the company and of third parties and self - employed persons present at the facilities, with its delivery duly recorded. • As soon as the slightest indication is found that any person present at the workplac e manifests symptoms of the disease or has been in contact with infected persons, the health protocol set out below will be strictly followed.
7. email@example.com | grupoesoc.es | 965 22 99 40 7 Document translated altruistically by TRAYMA TRANLATIONS in their campaign #QuieroAyudar WORKERS ESPECIALLY VULNERABLE The health area of the Occupational Risk Prevention Service must assess the presence of working personnel who are particularly sensitive to SARS - CoV - 2 coronavirus infection, establish the nature of the worker's special sensitivity and issue a report on prevention, adaptation and protection measures. To this end, it will take into account the existence or non - existence of conditions that allow the work to be carried out without increasing the risk inherent in the health condition of the working person With the scientific evidence available as of 23 March 2020, the Ministr y of Health has defined as vulnerable groups for COVID - 19 people with diabetes, cardiovascular disease, including hypertension, chronic liver disease, chronic lung disease, chronic kidney disease, immunodeficiency, cancer under active treatment, pregnancy and over 60 years of age. STUDY AND CONTACT MANAGEMENT The health area of the Occupational Risk Prevention Service will be in charge of establishing the mechanisms for research and monitoring of close contacts within the scope of its competencies, in coordination with the public health authorities, according to the protocols established for this purpose for workers in general, health and social - health professionals, or critical operators of essential services. COLLABORATION IN MANAGING TEMPORARY INCAPACITY In order to protect public health, periods of isolation or infection of workers caused by the SARS - CoV - 2 virus will be considered, exceptionally, as a situation assimilated to an accident at work, exclusive ly for the economic benefit of temporary incapacity of the Social Security system (Article 5 of Royal Decree Law 6/2020, of 10 March, adopting certain urgent measures in the economic field and for the protection of public health). In the document " Update of March 19, 2020 regarding the Explanatory instructions concerning the new procedure for referral of sick and leave reports of the Public Health Services (SPS) due to coronavirus", the National Institute of Social Security establishes that it will be the doctors of the SPS who will issue the reports of sick leave and discharge in all cases of coronavirus, both in situations of isolation and illness and to all workers who, because of their clinical situation or indication of isolation, need it, both for hea lth personnel and for the rest of the workers. The health area of the Occupational Risk Prevention Service will prepare the report so that the indication of temporary incapacity is accredited, in order to facilitate the primary care services, its processing in : • Probable (laboratory results are inconclusive), possible (with mild acute respiratory infection) or confirmed cases, as well as close contacts of probable, possible or confirmed cases. • Workers who are particularly sensitive to SARS - CoV - 2 coronavirus infection, with no possibility of adaptation of the workplace, adequate protection to prevent infection or relocation to another job free of risk of exposure to SARS - CoV - 2. When the period of isolation or illness becomes known after the start of the period, the sick leave reports shall be issued retroactively and, if necessary, without the physical presence of the working person . The O ccupational R isk P revention S ervice will inform the peop le affected, the company and the health and safety representative bodies, if any, of above actions, keeping them duly confidential. Besides, the Service w ill inform of : - The obligation of preventive isolation. - That the sick r eports will be issued without the physical presence of the working person. The person concerned must not go to collect any sick leave reports , on the contrary, another person can collect them or use other means available to avoid travel ling. - T hat although the sick leave and di scharge reports will be issued due to common illness, the INSS will carry out the corresponding internal procedure to convert them into an accident at work, for the purposes of economic benefit. - General preventive measures and recommendations, especially regarding hygiene in the workplace.
5. firstname.lastname@example.org | grupoesoc.es | 965 22 99 40 5 Document translated altruistically by TRAYMA TRANLATIONS in their campaign #QuieroAyudar - Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when coughing and sneezing, and discard it in a rubbish bin with a lid and pedal. If tissues are not available, cough into the crook of your elbow to prevent contaminating your hands. - Whenever poss ible maintain a social distance of 2 metres. - Avoid unnecessary physical contact. - Common places and objects should be cleaned daily (tables, h andrails, door knobs, elevator buttons, etc.). - Minimise contact between workers and suppliers. - Prevent symptomatic workers from coming to work. - Limit the number of meetings, encourage videoconferencing. Other recommended measures: - Keep fingernails short and cared for, avoiding the use of rings, bracelets, wristwatches and other jewellery. - Wear long hair in a ponytail or low bun. - Avoid the use of contact lenses. - Avoid the use of makeup or other cosmetic products that may be a source of prolonged exposure if contaminated. • Take into account that all tools / supplies / work equipment used must be cleaned thoroughly. Personal Protective Measures The best way to prevent transmission is to use a combination of all preventive measures, not just Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). A combination of control measures may provide an additional degree of protection. Personal Protective Equipment, if necessary, must be selected based on the specific risk assessment of each case and according to the information developed with the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, in Annexes II and III of the Procedure for Oc cupational Risk Prevention Services against Exposure to Coronavirus (SARS - COV - 2) , of 24 March 2020. Travel According to the criteria of the General Secretariat of the Government Delegation in the Valencian Community on private vehicles, transportation of goods and people by road in relation to the declaration of the state of alarm for the management of the health crisis caused by COVID - 19, the following conditions are established: Private Vehicles Royal Decree 463/2020, of 14 March (Spanish State Gazette of 14 March), as amended by Royal Decree 465/2020, of 17 March, declaring the state of alarm for the management of the health crisis caused by COVID - 19, in its article 7, states that people may only drive on public roads or spaces to perform the following activities, that must be carried out individually, unless accompanied by persons with disabilities, minors, elderly, or for another justified reason : a) Purchase of food, pharmaceuticals and basic necessities. b) Going to health centres, services and establishments. c) Travel to the workplace for work, professional or business purposes. d) Returning to the place of habitual residence. e) Assisting and care for the elderly, minors, dependents, persons with disabilities or particularly vulnerable persons. f) Going to financial and insurance institutions. g) Force majeure or necessity. h) Any other activity of a similar nature to be carried out individually, unless accompanied by persons with disabilities or for other justified reasons. In the event that more than one per son is in the private vehicle, they must keep a separation of at least 1.3 meters from each other and comply with the protective measures and instructions indicated by the Ministry of Health aimed at preventing the spread of COVID - 19.
10. email@example.com | grupoesoc.es | 965 22 99 40 10 Document translated altruistically by TRAYMA TRANLATIONS in their campaign #QuieroAyudar CASE DEFINITION OF INFECTION WITH CORONAVIRUS (COVID - 19) The definitions are based on current WHO recommendations, are in permanent review and will be modified in accordance with advances in epidemiological knowledge concerning this infection. Cases will be considered under investigation for COVID - 19 if they meet any of the following criteria: A. Any person seen in an emergency hospital department or admitted as an inpatient, and having signs or symptoms of acute lower respiratory infection and pathological radiological findings. B. Any person with a clinical picture compatible with acute respiratory infection (sudden onset of any of the following symptoms: cough, fever, dyspnoea) of any degree of severity and meeting any of the following epidemiological criteria in the 14 days prior to the symp toms onset: 1. Having resided or travelled in areas with evidence of community transmission. The areas currently considered can be consulted in the next link: https://www.mscbs.gob.es/profesionales/saludPublica/ccayes/alertasActual/nCov - China/areas.htm 2. A history close contact with a probable or confirmed case. Close contact is defined as: Any person who has provided care to a probable or confirmed case while the case had symptoms: health workers who have not used appropriate protective measures, family members or persons who have other similar physical contact . Any person who has been in the same place as a probable or confirmed case w hile the case had symptoms, at a distance of less than 2 meters (e.g. cohabitants, visits). On an aircraft, close contact is considered as passengers sitting within two seats in any direction from a probable or confirmed case while the case had symptoms an d crew who have had contact with such cases. These criteria should serve as an assessment guide. The public health authorities will evaluate jointly with healthcare profe ssionals the compliance with these criteria, on a case - by - case basis. This information may evolve as new information is available. In general, it is recommended that close contacts : · Be in home quarantine; it is advisable, in any case, to limit social activities and not to travel. · Should be informed about the respiratory hygiene precautions and hand washing. People who have shared the same closed space with a case while they were symptomatic, but who do not meet the criteria to be considered a close contact will be considered casual contacts . · An active search of these people will not be performed. · If people w ere identified as possibly being casual contacts, passive surveillance will be recommended. · T hey will be able to lead a normal life, with their family, friends and, in general, at work. · If they develop symptoms during the 14 days after the exposure, they must self - isolate at home immediately and, urgently, call the number provided by public health author
8. firstname.lastname@example.org | grupoesoc.es | 965 22 99 40 8 Document translated altruistically by TRAYMA TRANLATIONS in their campaign #QuieroAyudar GUIDELINES FOR ACTION IN THE EVENT OF POSSIBLE CASES OF CORONAVIRUS (COVID - 19) IN THE WORKPLACE I. IF THE SYMPTOMS APPEAR WHILE THE EMPLOYEE IS AT HOME A. ACTI ON TO BE TAKEN BY THE EMPLOYEE If a company employee develops symptoms compatible with the disease (fever, cough, sneezing, feeling tired): 1. They must not go into work. 2. They must notify the company. 3. They must contact the health service/workplace occupational prevention health service and follow the instruct ions given to them. 4. They must keep the company informed of their progress. 5. They must immediately tell everyone in their circle. B. ACTION TO BE TAKEN BY THE COMPANY Deep cleaning of the workplace by means of ventilation, disinfection of contact surfac es (handles, telephones, handrails, taps, doors, etc.). To disinfect contact surfaces, use bleach or a solution of sodium hypochlorite containing 1000 ppm of active chlorine (dilution: 1:50 bleach with a concentration of 40 - 50 grams/litre prepared recently ). For this task, cleaning staff must use protective gloves and a n FFP2 protection face mask as well as protective goggles. Discard all cleaning material used. C. OTHER EMPLOYEES 1. If employees have come into contact with a possible case of infection, they must monitor their temperature twice per day and if they develop a fever (37 ° or higher) they must follow the actions described in section I.A (ACTION TO BE TAKEN BY THE EMPLOYEE). 2. Reinforce the practices of strict hand washing, avoid touching face, eyes, nose and mouth. 3. If in doubt about symptoms, they should contact their Regional Government/workplace risk prevention service health department by telephone. (See Appendix 1). II. IF SYMPTOMS APPEAR IN THE WORKPLACE A. ACTI ON TO BE TAKEN BY THE EMPLOYEE If an employee's symptoms appear in the workplace (fever, cough, sneezing, tiredness, etc.): 1. They must s tay away from all other employees. 2. They must w ear a face mask. 3. They must g o home, using private transport if po ssible. 4. Once at home, they must follow the guidelines set out in section I.A. 5. They must i mmediately tell everyone in their circle. B. ACTION TO BE TAKEN BY THE COMPANY Deep cleaning of the workplace by means of ventilation, disinfection of contact sur faces (handles, telephones, handrails, taps, doors, etc.). To disinfect contact surfaces, use bleach or a solution of sodium hypochlorite containing 1000 ppm of active chlorine (dilution: 1:50 bleach with a concentration of 40 - 50 grams/litre prepared recen tly). For this task, cleaning staff must use protective gloves and a n FFP2 protection face mask as well as protective goggles. All cleaning material used must be discarded . C. OTHER EMPLOYEES 1. If employees have come into contact with a possible case of infection, they must monitor their temperature twice per day and if they develop a fever (37 ° or higher) they must follow the actions described in section I.A (ACTION TO BE TAKEN BY THE EMPLOYEE). 2. Reinforce the practices of strict hand washing, avoid touching face, eyes, nose and mouth.
2. email@example.com | grupoesoc.es | 965 22 99 40 2 Document translated altruistically by TRAYMA TRANLATIONS in their campaign #QuieroAyudar TYPES OF ACTIVITIES AND EXPOSURE RISK EVALUATION Companies must assess the risk of exposure of workers to COVID - 19. Depending on the types of activities and transmission mechanisms of the SARS - CoV - 2 coronavirus, the different risk scenarios to which workers might be exposed are listed in Chart 1. Definitions: Risk of exposure: work situations in which close contact m ight occur with a probable or confirmed case of symptomatic SARS - CoV - 2 infection. Low risk of exposure: work situations in which the relationship with a probable or confirmed case of infection does not include close contact. Low probability of exposure : workers who do not have direct contact with the public or, if they do, it occurs at a distance greater than two metr e s, or where there are collective protection measures that prevent contact (glass partition, separation of ambulance cockpit, etc.). "Cl ose contact" of possible, probable or confirmed cases means: - Anyone who provides care while the case had symptoms: health workers without adequate protection measures, family members or people who have other types of similar physical contact. - Partner s, relatives and people who have been in the same place as the case while the case was showing symptoms, where such people were at a distance of less than 2 metres for at least 15 minutes. Chart 1. Risk scenarios for exposure to coronavirus SARS - CoV - 2 in the workplace RISK OF EXPOSURE LOW RISK OF EXPOSURE LOW PROBABILITY OF EXPOSURE Assistants and non - healthcare personnel who care for a symptomatic person. Medical transport technicians, if there is direct contact with the symptomatic person transferred. The crew of a means of transport (air, sea or land) who are present during the journey of a symptomatic person coming from a risk area. Situations in which close contact at work with a symptomatic person cannot be avoided. Health personnel whose work does not include close contact with a symptomatic person, for example: - People involved in the transfer. - Wardens, stretcher - bearers, cleaning workers. - Laboratory personnel responsible for virological diagnostic tests. Non - health personnel who have contact with p otentially contaminated healthcare materials, vomit or waste. Home help for asymptomatic contacts. Workers without direct contact with the public, or whose work is over than 2 metr e s away, or with collective protection measures that avoid contact, for example: - Administrative staff. - Medical transport technicians with a collective barrier, without direct contact with the patient. - Public transport drivers. - Security personnel. - Police/Civil Guard. - Customs staff. - Firefighters and rescue personnel. REQUIREMENTS Depending on the specific exposure risk assessment of each case: PPE for biological protection and, in certain circumstances, protection against aerosols and splashes. Depending on the specific risk assessment of each case: PPE for biological protection. No use of PPE required . In certain situations (lack of cooperation of a symptomatic person): - respiratory protection - protective gloves.
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