COVID19 remains as a concern to all people in the world, including Cambodia, especially after the recent community outbreak, so called the 28 November Event, that has affected to some parts of the businesses and companies.
Taking part in fighting against COVID19 with the government, Amru Rice has been implementing the preventive measures in accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of Health to all employees of the company. It also includes the implementation of hygienic rules, especially in Amru Rice Mill Factory, dryers and warehouses.
Besides introducing protective measures such as measuring the body temperature, wearing masks, washing hands and keeping social distancing in the workplace, Amru Rice also advises all employees to be extremely attentive in monitoring their health, especially, in case the staffs are sick or has a temperature above 37.5 degrees, they are advised to contact the relevant authorities and keeping health check, as well as still keep the practicing of social distance, wearing mask, and washing hand properly.
Actually, Amru Rice strongly believe that even after the finished of COVID19 in the future being, the practicing of “New Normal” in workplace must be still kept in practice. For instance, adding on the main mission of Amru Rice in exporting the Cambodian Rice quality following the international standard, Amru Rice is also paying our attention on the safety and protection of employees. As last month, November 13th, 2020, Amru Rice has conducted awareness and orientation workshop to rice mill partners and relevant employees on food safety, social compliance, environmental protection and well-being of all stakeholders.
This training course responds to the Amru Rice’s consent to adhere to the working principles set out in the amfori BSCI Code of Conduct, which, in general, the BSCI focuses on Business Social Compliance Initiative.
Together we promote Cambodian Rice, improve social safeguard, employee safety & well-being and at the same time to protect environment, and fighting against COVID19.