Facing the challenges of the current crisis, several industries including construction companies, have shifted to the new normal to continue their operations. Sta. Clara International Corporation (SCIC) stands firm by complying with the IATF protocols to ensure the safety of its employees and clientele.
In SCIC’s central office and project sites, the company has taken the course of action to monitor movement and guarantee everyone’s security. The company has prepared the following procedures: 1) regular checking of body temperature; 2) social distancing; 3) wearing of face mask; 4) washing of hands; 5) filling out of health declaration form, and 6) regular disinfection of facilities.
Moreover, SCIC has allocated a budget to mitigate the risks of the crisis by conducting mass testing and providing house and service accommodation to ensure the protection of their workers. Employees reporting to the office and project sites are tested with an antigen testing kit before reporting to their respective workstations.
All measures to avoid transmission are considered through testing and the establishment of quarantine facilities that are disinfected regularly to cater to those infected employees.
Apart from the mentioned practices, the company has provided a teleconsultation service to cater to employees’ health and safety concerns. Face masks, face shields, and vitamins are also provided.
Furthermore, the company has administered health and safety orientations to raise awareness among its
With all action in practice, SCIC has demonstrated its flexibility and resilience in addressing the ongoing crisis. These health and safety preventive measures promote a positive and healthy environment for everyone.