Logisticon takes protective measures against COVID-19

The well-being of our employees and customers is our top priority. Logisticon is taking precautions to limit the spread of the Coronovirus (COVID-19). These precautions are based on instructions and advise given by our Dutch government, the RIVM and the GGD.

Logisticon has assembled a crisis team to follow the daily news in order to react to new circumstances. This has led to a series of measures and precautions to prevent infection and to create an as safe as possible work environment for our employees. Our 24/7 Service is still available and at your disposal. Logisticon has taking the following precautions:

  • Try to avoid close contact with people. Minimum distance to hold is approximately 2 m.
  • Do not shake hands
  • Wash your hands more often and desinfect with handgel
  • Cough and sneeze in a tissue of your sleeve

Other additional precautions at the office:

  • Appointments and meetings will be rescheduled or held by video call or telephone
  • Lunch and coffee breaks are spreaded to minimize contact
  • Employees who are (slightly) unwell avoid attending work
  • Employees who live in Noord-Brabant work at home
  • Minimum occupation of employee’s at the office
  • Employee meeting and gatherings are suspended
  • Employees that are able to work at home, work at home
  • Extra cleaning work at toilets and frequently touched objects and surfaces
  • Suppliers and truck drivers will stay at a minimum distance of 2 m.
  • Works on site will be discussed with the client and tried as much as possible to suspend
  • Employees must use all necessary personal protective equipment
  • Help all persons that need assistance

All these precautions will be active at least until 28 April 2020 (inclusive).

We are proud on The Netherlands, its health care professionals and all our employees that keep on working in these challenging times and circumstances!

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