COVID-19 forces businesses to implement their Business Continuity Plans

February 16, 2020

Since the Singaporean Government raised the DORCON level to orange on the 7th, companies based in Singapore’s CBD are implementing their business continuity plans. Those plans are a set of procedures that aim to limit the effects of a given disaster, such as COVID-19, on the daily business operations. Those include temperature screenings, more frequent sanitisation of premises and postponement of large gatherings and events. A number of companies like UOB or DBS for example even instructed their employees to work from home. Overall, foreign nations have recognised Singapore’s exemplary management of the crisis.


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