As we are sure you are aware the global Corona is active in SA currently with cases rising and as businesses and persons in SA we need to stand together and assist in any way possible starting with the basics of the prevention methods. Unfortunately it is a reality and does need to be looked at from all aspects and not only personal, family and friends but also a business perspective. We urge you to have a look at the attached and if required visit the WHO website (https://www.who.int/) to ensure information you receive or see is indeed correct and is a very good starting point to do so as well as many handy infographics/graphics/downloadable and printable items for staff areas and/or members.
Please refer to information regarding queries and plans already implemented for various clients with regards to cloud based solutions for Business Continuity in the event of staff having to remain at home and or company policy for voluntary self-isolations or staff remote workplace. We have also provided various tips for information and links as well as current telephone numbers with regards to SA and World centres and information.
Should you require further discussion please do not hesitate to contact our sister company ARMit for any IT Support for remote home working or cloud migrations or changes such as Virtual cloud pbx that allows work phones to be operated from home.
Please find attached handy tips including info graphics for children and workstations/wash stations etc for printing regarding the current Corona worldwide. Be Safe!
If you or a loved one are concerned that you may be infected with Covid-19, immediately call the national hotline on 0800 029 999 for advice and assistance.
Follow the Health Department’s latest updates on the Coronavirus (Covid-19), including the NICD’s prevention methods. Travellers from Covid-19 affected areas are advised to stay at home for up to 14 days. If you develop any symptoms contact your doctor or clinic, they will advise your next steps. For more information visit the National Institute for Communicable Diseases website or call 0800 029 999.
Barry Corbett (CMILT) -Owner