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CVSC GETTING BACK TO WORK SAFELY AFTER ECQ
Posted by Given Mark Inansugan on May 28, 2020 1:34 am
Compostela Valley State College (CVSC) safely navigated reopening work operations while prioritizing employees’ right to safe work environment thru Memorandum Circular No. 024, series of 2020 from the College President under loosened quarantine measures.
The institution officially resumed its administrative operations under ALTERNATIVE WORK ARRANGEMENTS effective last May 26, 2020 (Tuesday) as cited in the said Memorandum entitled “CVSC Protocols and Guidelines on the Prevention and Mitigation of COVID-19 for the Resumption of Administrative Operation” with the declaration of General Community Quarantine (GCQ) after Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) was lifted in the Province of Davao de Oro.
CVSC adopts this 4-day Compressed Work Schedule and Skeleton Workforce for non-teaching staff and faculties with designation. Meanwhile, Work from Home Scheme will still be applied for employees considered as high risks and residing in ECQ declared areas based on those set out in Civil Service Commission’s (CSC) Memorandum Circular No. 10, series of 2020 (Revised Interim Guidelines for Alternative Work Assignments and Support Mechanisms for Workers in the Government During the Period of State of National Emergency Due to COVIS-19 Pandemic) dated May 7, 2020.
Provided the strict adherence to policies as CVSC’s standing protocol in lowering the risk of spreading COVID-19, the Health Services Office and Safety and Security Services Office are tasked to lead the said operation.
According to the Health Status Survey of employees and gathered data from their barangays, there were no positive cases confirmed and recorded. Moreover, daily monitoring checklist of each employee were recorded and assessed, there were no signs of any COVID symptoms and no one experienced quarantine in isolation facility for the past 14 days due to possible travel history or exposure to the disease. This simply means that there is a LOW RISK assessment for COVID-19 identified in the college. With this, employees need to follow the implemented appropriate measurements to ensure safety, productivity and communication.
At present, CVSC starts to embrace “new normal” wherein wearing facemask, social distancing and frequent hand washing is required even after the ECQ was lifted.