As part of its efforts to constrain the pandemic and protect its employees in Kazakhstan, Eurasian Resources Group (ERG) has implemented prevention measures to ensure that employees, contractors and local communities are well-supported and operations are adequately equipped and safeguarded.
To this end, ERG has installed industrial thermal remote sensing cameras to screen employees' temperature entering operations, and introduced a set of contingency plans in the event of an emergency, in addition to cancelling or postponing all corporate events.
These activities are complemented by the strengthening of disinfection regimes across all operations, including additional sanitising units and an enhanced deep cleaning rota of all common areas and shared transport vehicles. Furthermore, the procurement of medical equipment and infrastructure, on-site social distancing measures through floor markings, as well as remote-working schedules to the maximum extent possible are aimed at reducing the risk of infection.
Faced with the acute shortage of face masks and hand sanitiser in the country, ERG adapted its operations in Kazakhstan and used its network of suppliers to protect employees, contractors and local communities against the coronavirus outbreak. Providing at least two reusable face masks per employee, as well as using its production facilities to deliver large quantities of antibacterial gel has enabled the company to ensure the continuity and safety of its operations.
Serik Shakhazhanov, Chairman of the Management Board of Eurasian Group LLP, which operates ERG’s assets in Kazakhstan, said: “At ERG, our foremost responsibility has always been, and is now more than ever, the well-being of our employees and those who rely on us.
To that end, we have developed a plan to help contain the spread of the coronavirus, both within our enterprises as well as in the regions in which they are based. By keeping our employees informed on the latest guidance and ensuring they have all the protection they need, we are able to ensure a safe working and living environment. The coronavirus pandemic is a challenge that calls for a coordinated response, and we are doing everything possible to protect the health of the people in Kazakhstan.”
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/finance-business/16042020/eurasian-resources-group-supports-employees-in-kazakhstan-with-additional-prevention-measures/
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