With the Indian Government issuing new guidelines to follow, the facility management now face extraordinary challenges and are under twice as much pressure to ensure that health and safety measures are followed by the workforce without disruption.
The deep cleaning processes currently adopted by companies aren't enough to ensure a 100% success rate and are under constant review. The pressure on the Facility is to have an emergency plan ready, both in terms of prevention as well as containment in case of infection.
Regular temperature checks are being conducted; chemicals such as Diluted Hydrogen Peroxide, UV-C light sanitization, Ozone sanitizers, Peroxyacetic Acid etc are used to ensure safety. However, are these methods safe?
With small and medium size businesses also resuming work, are sanitization solutions sold in the market cost effective?
The Senior Management needs to ensure that they find the right balance between managing and training the workforce as well as ensuring that their business continuity plans work.
In order to stay one step ahead of the constantly changing rules and regulations, Senior Leaders need to create an action plan with the coordinated effort of the Facility Management Team.
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