Bentley had to implement 250 new security measures to resume productionMay 22, 2020
During the coronavirus pandemic at the British factory Bentley, special attention was paid to safety measures that help to combat the spread of COVID-19. This responsible behavior of the company is fully consistent with the guidelines for reducing the risk of disease issued by the UK government.
Bentley talked about a package of 250 measures taken to ensure the safety of workers in its factory in the small town of Crewe, Cheshire. Recall that this company launched its conveyor last week. 1,700 factory workers returned to work. At the same time, the company has developed a special safety program and new sanitary standards for its employees. All numerous innovations are based on the instructions of the British government.
So, for example, to comply with certain measures (the same social distance of two meters), it was necessary to modify production. Even the toilets were redone with the expectation that at the same time as few people as possible would use them. Employees were required to wear face masks, and the cleaning schedule with disinfection of equipment and workplaces became more intense.
Also among the measures taken are the introduction of incentives for working from home for office professionals and alteration of entrances / exits to avoid crowding.
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