Covid-19 KAAR Risk Plan


Covid19 - Covid-19 KAAR Risk Plan

We hope that you are safe and that you and your bubble have navigated your way successfully through the past 4 weeks of the level 4 Lockdown.

New Zealand is moving to Covid-19 Alert Level 3, our workshops are able to reopen on Tuesday 28th April to resume contactless servicing and repairs.

As you’d hope, we’re taking the responsibility of welcoming back our staff and customers extremely seriously and that’s why we’re taking a number of measures to keep our local communities safe.

 

RISK POINT ACTIONS TO KEEP YOU SAFE

Staff travelling to work 

  • Maintaining a safe mode of transport
  • Limiting contact with others (2m), no car pooling
  • Hygiene considerations, hands sneezing / cough while on route to work
  • If staff are sick (immune compromised-stay home don’t come to work)

People entering our workplace 

  • Customers will be required to assist us in creating a no contact process, – – Keys to be left on reception counter, payment to be via online facilities i.e Visa, Bank Direct Payment, Genoapay etc
  • Separate personal belongings, lunchboxes, bottles, etc
  • Separate personal belongings, lunchboxes, bottles, etc
  • Customer/visitor contact tracing registration form (Mark & Gavin)
  • Contractors / suppliers advised of any specific Covid-19 inductions
  • Parts courier drop off / Pick up area established.
  • Clean work clothes to be worn

At work 

  • Creating and maintaining safe systems of work to maintain 2 meters distancing, or if between 1 and 2 m use applicable PPE, other physical barriers, gloves, glasses, masks, tissues
  • Manage customer interaction – one in,  one out customer flow etc.
  • No wait customers in reception
  • If less than 1 m consider stopping that work
  • If another worker is known and or is symptom-free then 1m is acceptable
  • Training and re induction re PPE, Hygiene, Hand washing
  •  Workplace wipe downs, disinfectants high touch areas, tools, equipment, vehicles
  • Waste disposal of tissues, masks etc.
  • Limiting movement between departments, detailed explanations on repair orders, one tech in reception at a time
  • Is working from home still a viable option for some staff in the business?
  • Stagger meal breaks and other work gatherings or 2 in lunchroom at a time only
  • Staff working off site at another worksite (Mobile)
  • Employee tracing of movements (if leaving workshop)
  • Toolbox or similar meetings how to maintain 2 m gap
  • Those entering other businesses e.g. trades to do site repairs maintain safe distancing and no contact.

Emergency management 

  • What to do in a COVID 19 case or suspected case
  • HR policies re staff not coming to work
  • Where emergency response actions would bring staff into contact, apply more stringent controls to further reduce risk of emergency event occurring.
  • Staff must report any instance of sickness within their domestic bubble. Situation needs to be assessed as to whether employee can still come to work place

Leaving work 

  • Hygiene wash down work surfaces (Last person out)
  • Clean clothes/shoes-ideally have work shoes, home shoes etc
  • Transport home, hygiene

Management oversight 

  • Identifying vulnerable workers and management of
  • Wellbeing and mental health
  • Systems to follow re unwell workers
  • Prepare an emergency/ advice call list
  • Information being made available to staff, posters, signs
  • Contractor management checking their systems
  • Deliveries/couriers contactless if possible
  • Supply chains in and out of the business.
  • Privacy issues around personal information
  • Managing staff apathy
  • Develop a Risk register of all jobs/tasks where 2 m gap is or could be compromised – normal work and maintenance work
  • Information to staff re out of work considerations.
  • Staff (H&S) representatives.