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18 administrative procedures to control “Corona” measures in government offices
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The Federal Authority for Governmental Human Resources has identified 18 administrative procedures that government employers are bound by to control precautionary measures to protect their employees from the spread of the “Corona” virus

The Federal Authority for Governmental Human Resources has identified 18 administrative procedures that government employers are bound by to control precautionary measures to protect their employees from the spread of the “Corona” virus inside its headquarters and offices, the most important of which is encouraging flexible work options, completion and follow-up, documenting processes and procedures, and conducting deep cleaning operations for employees periodically, And reduce clutter on office surfaces.

The authority called on employees to adhere to training on preventive measures to protect them and their family members from the pandemic.

She stressed the importance of employees’ commitment to training on preventive measures, stressing that passing electronic training and the accompanying evaluation for employees on preventive measures is a prerequisite for allowing them to enter work sites, where electronic training and smart applications are relied upon to meet training needs, including those available in many e-learning resources.

The guide identified 18 administrative procedures that government employers adhere to to control precautionary measures within their headquarters and offices, including: “encouraging flexible work options,” “completing, following up and documenting processes and procedures,” “comprehensive cleaning,” “monitoring health variables,” “conducting deep cleaning operations.” for employees periodically”, “reducing congestion on office surfaces”, “intensifying awareness campaigns”, “using electronic guiding boards”, “maintaining social distancing”, “taking into account the capacity of offices and facilities among employees”, “using protective barriers”, “ Legalizing the entry of visitors and suppliers”, “activating the hotline team”, “following up on the application of the instructions”, “completing precautionary financial transactions electronically”, “immediate reporting when suspected and reducing direct contact with injuries”, “distributing work ranges”, “assuming social responsibility”.