1 COVID19 PROTOCOL FOR ACTION MEASURES FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE SYMPTOMS O

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1 1 COVID-19 PROTOCOL FOR ACTION MEASURES
1 COVID-19 PROTOCOL FOR ACTION MEASURES FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19 or HAVE A POSITIVE TEST NOTIFICATION FOR SARS-Cov-2 AUGUST OF 2020 This includes people who enter the Plant and manifests symptoms of an eventual COVID-19 disease in the workplace or who have been notified of a positive SARS-CoV-2 test while in the Plant. Personnel who feel bad about being sick should not report to work and should seek medical advice as soon as possible from home. Personnel management practices (for example, reporting illness and excluding sick operators or employees) make it highly unlikely that a Plant worker will feel unwell in the workplace with symptoms of COVID-19 or to receive a positive test notification to SARS-CoV-2 there. The most likely occurrence is that a Plant worker reports their COVID-19 disease or a positive test for SARS-CoV-2 by telephone or by the cellular phone application. Staff should be aware that they should not report to work with symptoms of COVID-19, or to a positive SARS-CoV-2 test result. You should also not report to work at the Plant if someone in your immediate family has COVID-19 nor had a positive SARS-CoV-2 test. In the event that a Company employee or a worker who is providing an outsourced service or who is carrying out a supplier feels bad inside the Plant and with the typical symptoms of COVID-19, he must be immediately transferred to the infirmary , isolated from the rest of the personnel and shall be called the Mobile Emergency (Good Manufacturing Practices Procedure - GMP). The sick person should be kept warm, with the environment ventilated, and should not come into contact with other workers or employees, and should remain at rest until the medical personnel arrives. They should avoid touching people, surfaces, and objects and should be advised to cover their mouth and nose with a disposable tissue when they cough or sneeze, and to place the tissue in a bag or pocket and then throw the tissue in a covered trash can. If they don't have a handkerchief available, they should cough and sneeze into the curve of their elbow. If they need to go to the bathroom while awaiting medical assistance, they should use a separate bathroom, if avai

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lable. The use of a mask is mandatory until medical personnel arrive to the Plant. Every person who comes into contact with the affected person must have a mask, gloves and try to wash the gloves repeatedly with alcohol gel. 2 In the event that the medical doctor confirms it, arrangements must be made with the Mobile Emergency so that the employee with symptoms quickly leaves the Plant and the family and the corresponding State agencies will be notified. All surfaces with which the infected employee or worker has come into contact should be cleaned and disinfected, including all surfaces and objects visibly contaminated with body fluids or respiratory secretions and all potentially contaminated high contact areas such as toilets, door handles, handrails, cellular or desk phones, etc. The infirmary and areas of contact with the patient after transfer must be disinfected with compounds based on 95 alcohol or sodium hypochlorite. At a minimum, staff who have had close contact with the infected worker should be asked to remain at their home for 14 days since the last time they had direct contact with her and a test for SARS-CoV-2 virus should be done. If a worker or employee who had contact with the patient does not feel well at any time within their 14-day isolation period and tests positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, it becomes a confirmed case and must be managed as such through the Health Provider and the MSP. Staffs who have not had close contact with the original confirmed case should continue to take normal precautions and attend work as usual. Workers can be organized into small teams or workgroups to minimize workforce disruption in the event that a worker reports being with symptoms of COVID-19 or reporting having had a SARS-CoV-2 test of positive result. Closing the workplace is not recommended, far away of the Health Authority (M.S.P.) and/or the Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries (MGAP) decision. The return to work policy for personnel who have been infected and recovered from COVID-19 will be under medical supervision and as determined by the Health Provider or the Competent Authority (MGAP and/or MSP). All the steps should be guarantee by a medical doctor

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