Because of current situation regarding the Corona virus, Craftor has established guidelines regarding traveling and work and also founded an emergency group.
The emergency group consists of: Klas-Urban Hilberth, Fredrik Sahlberg and Therese Blank.
Craftor follows the instructions from the Swedish health institute, www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se
The following measures has been made and are followed by the employees of Craftor
1. Travel in the service abroad is approved to countries that are not on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ list for advice. The rules and guidelines that exist for travel by, for example, flights and rules and guidelines in the country in question must of course be followed.
2. Employees are advised not to make private trips to countries that are on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ list for advice. Employees who still choose to carry out a private trip, to countries where the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises, must contact HR after returning home and before returning to work.
3. If employees show up at our workplaces with disease symptoms, send them home immediately and notify HR. This also applies to customers, subcontractors, suppliers, etc.
4. At physical meetings, keep a distance so that congestion does not occur. Remember to keep a distance of 2 meters. Meetings that can be conducted via Teams should still be conducted digitally.
5. We would like to urge our staff to primarily avoid moving by municipal means of transport and air traffic, and instead choose another alternative when possible. Also avoid driving together in cars, for example. If municipal or public transport must be used, avoid congestion as much as possible.
6. Tasks that can be performed from home should still be performed at home. Dialogue about homework must be taken with the immediate supervisor before homework begins. If you want to sit in the office, you get it, however, you can not sit more than one person per office room. This also applies to construction sheds where a distance of at least 2 meters must be maintained.
7. In all workplaces, it is important not to gather for meetings, lunches, etc. in too large groups. Eat lunch / coffee in shifts so that congestion does not occur. Keep a distance of at least 2 meters from each other at all times. When working where closer distances are required, take care and follow the guidelines in general.
8. Wash your hands with soap often. Hand sanitizer can be used when you do not have the opportunity for hand washing. Make sure that washing facilities or hand sanitizer as well as mouth guards are available at your workplace. If you lack hand alcohol and mouth protection at your workplace, contact HR.
9. If you or someone in the family is ill;
• If someone in your household is ill but not diagnosed with Corona; If possible, work from home until Coronatest has been taken. If your work requires an on-site presence, take extra care to avoid spreading the infection to colleagues. If the Corona test is negative (not Corona), work can continue as usual provided you feel asymptomatic.
• If someone in your household is ill with established Corona; Follow the rules of conduct provided by the care.
• If you are sick but have not been diagnosed with Corona; If you have had symptoms for more than one (1) day, you should do a test for Corona. If the test is negative (not Corona), you can return to work when you have been symptom-free for 48 hours.
• If you are diagnosed with Corona; Stay home. You can return to work at least seven (7) days after the illness. The last two days must have been without symptoms such as fever and cough and with good general condition. Remember to always contact your boss and HR if you become ill. In the event of sick leave, a medical certificate from day 15 is currently required to receive compensation from the Swedish Social Insurance Agency.
10. Otherwise it is business as usual.
All employees are encouraged to…
- Wash their hands with soap frequently. Hand sanitizer is used when there is no possibility of hand washing.
- Avoid touching the face and eyes.
- Avoid close contact with people with flu-like symptoms.
- Cough and sneeze in arm folds or in a handkerchief.
- Stay at home regardless of illness to avoid infection.