Published on 20 February 2021
Despite the start-up of vaccination campaigns and intensive efforts in hygiene, distance and contact reduction measures, the Corona virus continues to spread worldwide. In view of the renewed increase in the number of infections in the course of the Corona pandemic, the German government has also called for increased efforts to contain the pandemic.
Broetje-Automation is therefore participating in the activities in the fight against Corona and will offer regular testing opportunities for its employees starting in April. For all activities that cannot be carried out from the home office, the now expanded testing strategy thus adds another measure. Lutz Neugebauer, CEO of the Broetje-Automation Group, emphasized the high priority that the management gives to the measures against Corona: “The health of our employees has the highest priority. The Corona pandemic demands a lot from all of us. That is why we are doing everything in our power to make our contribution in the fight against the COVID-19 virus.”
Strict distance and hygiene rules have been in place at Broetje-Automation for over a year now. Home office is also already used across the board. In the summer of 2020, Broetje-Automation had already presented a system developed in just a few weeks for the quick and easy recording of skin temperature for visitors and employees. These measures are now being supplemented by an extensive test program