CHRISTIAN COUNCIL OF GHANA

COVID-19 GUIDELINE POLICY FOR WORK PLACE

   Christian Council of Ghana Covid-19 Guideline for work place



As the Corona Virus pandemic lingers on, the Christian Council of Ghana (CCG) is committed to ensuring the safety of all its staff, tenants and visitors to its premises.

In view of that the following guidelines have been identified as precautionary measures that must be strictly adhered to by all staff, tenants and visitors to the CCG premises.

• No face mask, no entry into the premises

• Compulsory washing and sanitizing of hands before entry into the premises

• No persons will be permitted into the premises except on official visit

• There shall be compulsory temperature checks before entry into the premises

Whiles on the CCG premises, you are advised to adhere to the following:

• Wash (at least for 20 seconds ) and sanitize your hands as often as possible

• Cough or sneeze into your sleeve, preferably into your elbow.


• As advised by the WHO, avoid touching your face, particularly eyes, nose, and mouth

• Avoid hugs and shaking hands

• Use your elbows to open the doors of offices

• As much as possible, communicate via phone call, intercom and other online means

• Keep a distance of at least two meters between you and your colleague or clients


Please note this:

If you discover that you have one symptom of COVID-19 (fever, cough or difficulty in breathing), or even mild symptoms, please stay home to avoid spreading the illness to others.

As we fight this deadly disease, let us encourage ourselves with the words of Psalm 46:1-2: “God is our refuge and strength, an ever present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way, and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea”

Together we sow, and reap.

Rev. Dr. Cyril Fayose

General Secretary



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Source: CCG

 

May 13, 2020

 

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