The company has issued 4 measures to control the epidemic. and COVID-19 infections include:
1. Measures for attendance and entering the company area, such as employees must wear masks. Allow the officers to randomly check during the operation. Avoid working in crowded rooms. In the meeting, wear a mask and sit 2 meters apart, etc.

2. Traveling abroad and dealing with outsiders, such as prohibiting employees from traveling to high-risk countries If a close family goes to a high-risk country, they must report it to their supervisors and personnel. Refrain from making appointments for people from high-risk countries and mainly use communication via electronic channels, etc.

3. Meetings, such as avoiding meetings or postponing meetings that can be postponed Attendees must sit 2 meters apart while wearing masks at all times.

4. Taking care of yourself outside working hours, for example, if a relative or close person travel to a high-risk country, they must inform the company. Avoid traveling to crowded places. or a gathering of many people If you find yourself sick or have a fever, inform your supervisor, etc.

The company has established policies and plans. To prevent and control the COVID-19 infectious disease from spreading inside and outside the company as follows:
  1. Supervise business operations to be least affected by COVID-19 infectious disease.
  2. Promote and support activities to prevent and control COVID-19 infectious disease.
  3. Follow the relevant news to adjust the action plan in accordance with the situation.
  4. Provide resources to support the situation during the COVID-19 crisis, such as housekeeping for employees and company contacts. Adjusting the use of equipment to reduce the spread of the virus.
  5. Meetings using Zoom Meeting and Microsoft Teams programs with team members, including customers and suppliers to reduce the risk of mass coexistence.
  6. Support work from home policy to reduce employees' chances and risks of contracting COVID-19.

The “New Normal” that will occur after the COVID-19 crisis may affect the company, including the severe global economic recession. Industrial Revolution 4.0 (AI and IOT) is born. Online trading and doing business has grown exponentially. Learning and teaching styles will change. Increasingly changing regulations including taking more care of health, cleanliness and the environment. The Company has analyzed the risks and formulated the risk management guidelines after the New Normal as follows:
  • Risk of data loss when working on the cloud. The company has taken steps to prevent the risk by studying the system implementation. Infrastructure and data management including the terms of service of the Cloud service provider.
  • The risk of cyber-attacks that can result in data loss and ransom demands from hackers. Providing knowledge and training to test knowledge and understanding and create awareness for employees, as well as providing communication channels to educate employees.
  • Risk of delay in receiving goods from abroad Due to the COVID-19 situation, the area is closed or transportation problems prevent the production of products according to the plan. The company has taken action to prevent the risk by contacting backup sourcing sources in the country. to reduce the risk of delay in receiving raw materials.
  • Risks from personnel development to support business expansion, for example, existing employees lack skills and knowledge to apply innovations in their operations. The new generation of employees still lack experience and skills in the work, etc., causing the company to lose business opportunities. The company has hedged its risk by managing 2 Gen people to work together to share experiences. Expertise in Innovation and Technology Determine Successor in each department/level including maintenance / knowledge development competence of employees in the organization.
  • The risk of the epidemic could cause the company to be temporarily closed. The company arranges to improve the layout of the workplace and the equipment and tools to reduce the chance of infection. Design your office workspace to be an open space. including assessing potential impacts, reviewing the preparation of support plans and determining mitigation measures.

Powered by
This website uses cookies for best user experience, to find out more you can go to our Privacy Policy  and  Cookies Policy