Our top priority is to protect the health not only of our own employees, but also that of our contact partners outside the M&C Company Group and its branches to the greatest extent possible. We also want to ensure that M&C maintains its operational capability and continues to be available.
The protective measures of the "first hour", such as distinctive home office phases or dividing the workforce into groups in the production area, have been replaced with measures that are more in line with the requirements of politics, administration and occupational health services, etc. in the course of the recent relaxation of regulations. Important keywords are social distancing regulations, touch avoidance (e.g. no handshakes), the use of mouth/nose masks, good room ventilation, etc.
Accompanying measures continue to include restrictive visiting regulations for M&C Group locations as well as limited travel activities of our sales representatives and service specialists. We have therefore developed and implemented alternatives as long as the hazardous situation continues.
Further elements of the comprehensive protection concept are reporting obligations for illnesses in the vicinity of employees and particularly extensive hygiene regulations/enhanced cleaning of buildings and other reasonable measures recommended by relevant medical and administrative authorities. These include, for example, stringent special rules for minimized internal meetings and working groups.
We hope that this comprehensive safety package will provide a good contribution to achieving effective protection for the M&C team and all our contact partners.