Due to Covid-19 Pandemic, this year Christmas will never be the same.
If you’re anxious about returning to the workplace in light of the current pandemic, don’t worry; you’re not alone. Many other workers are nervous and concerned about not just the virus, but how other people will react to new safety measures.
As you prepare your workplace, you have the ability to keep it as safe and secure as possible. Following governmental guidelines is an excellent start, but also, look to other companies that have returned successfully to work. What regulations have they implemented that allowed their workers to stay healthy and in turn have kept the business going? Here is a list of various ways you can prepare your workplace and your employees for returning to work in a pandemic. This is not an extensive list by any means, but it’s a basic start towards workplace safety.
Of Hand Sanitizer, and the Relationship We Should Have with Them
STARTING AUG 1, FACE MASKS ARE MANDATORY IN PUBLIC AREAS.
Starting Saturday (Aug 1), Malaysian government has made it compulsory to wear face masks!
Senior Defence Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob said those who flout the mandatory mask rule can be subject to prosecution under the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988 that provides for a fine of up to RM1,000, close to the minimum monthly wage of RM1,100 or RM1,200. The law also imposes a penalty of six months’ imprisonment, or both fine and jail.
The year 2020 has brought us many challenges and one of the biggest issues faced by every country all over the world is surely Covid-19. World Health Organization (WHO) estimated that this war against corona virus will continue go on until the vaccine is developed. As of 11th August 2020, the total confirmed cases recorded are 19,718,030 with a total of 728,013 confirmed deaths across 216 countries and areas.
Adakah anda tahu apakah perbezaan antara isolation gown (gaun pengasigan) dan pakaian pelindung seperti coverall? Seperti yang kita lihat gambar yang tular di media sosial , ada antara barisan hadapan yang memakai gaun pengasigan dan ada juga yang memakai coverall.
Keliru? Saya terangkan.
Who would ever thought that 2020 would turned out to be BIZARRE?
Hello peeps! Or shall I say - hello students!
Seperti yang kita sedia maklum, PKPB telah dilanjutkan kepada Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan Pemulihan (PKPP) mulai 10 Jun 2020 hingga 31 Ogos 2020. Setelah menikmati “cuti” yang panjang, kini sekolah akan dibuka semula secara berperingkat mulai 24 Jun 2020. Tarikh ini hanya dibenarkan untuk pelajar Tingkatan 5 & 6 sahaja, iaitu yang terlibat dengan peperiksaan besar seperti SPM dan STPM. Manakala bagi pelajar tahun lain akan diumumkan secara berperingkat dan dari semasa ke semasa.