Coronavirus: the behaviors to follow

Protect yourself and the whole community

  1. Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly with soap or an alcoholic solution, even if your hands are not visibly dirty, and especially after sneezing, coughing or blowing your nose.
  2. Sneeze or cough in a tissue that you will then throw away, or in the crook of your elbow.
  3. Don’t touch your mouth, nose and eyes.
  4. Do not shake other people’s hands and keep at least a distance of 1 meter from everyone.
  5. Avoid crowded situations.
  6. Postpone or manage meetings and appointments via call, both with colleagues and with staff outside the company.
  7. Postpone all trips and transfers.
  8. Disinfect the surfaces with which you come into contact (desks, countertops, front offices and normally more “touched” objects such as mouse and keyboard, door handles, elevator pushbuttons, stair handrails, etc.) with an alcoholic solution or hypochlorite derivatives.
  9. If you are exposed to a contact with personnel outside the company, use disposable gloves and the appropriate mask. We remind you that these devices, however not included in the provisions of the Ministry, are not personal protection systems, but means to protect people outside our organization.
  10. Do not take antiviral medicines or antibiotics, unless prescribed by your doctor.
  11. If you reside in the municipalities subject to limitations, respect them strictly remaining, if prescribed, at your home.
  12. Promptly notify to your manager and to the Human Resources department your absences from work and any cases of illness in your family and friends.

If you have fever, cough, cold and /or difficulty in breathing, do not go to work and call your doctor or the toll-free number 1500.

The correct way to wash your hands

It is important to disinfect not only the palms of the hands, but also the interdigital spaces, the tips of the fingers and thumbs, moving and cleaning any rings.