B&H Worldwide response to Coronavirus

Response to Coronavirus

Given the rapidly unfolding situation of the Covid-19 virus, we would like to provide you with the following update on the current processes we have put in place to address the situation.

We have identified some high-risk areas which are China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Macau, Iran, Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand, Italy, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam and will continue to monitor additional high-risk areas.

HAND CARRIES (OBC)
All hand carries will continue to be carried out as normal. B&H will provide the OBC with a travel pack containing information leaflets, face mask, hand sanitizer and wipes.

STAFF ENGAGEMENT
We are monitoring travel plans for all employees globally and their families. Any employees who have been to affected areas will be asked to self-isolate on return and follow government protocols.

VISITORS
All visitors will need to complete a questionnaire to see if they have recently visited any of the identified high-risk areas. On-site building access will not be granted if they have recently visited any of these areas.

INDUSTRY IMPACT
Due to travel restrictions and reduced demand, airlines have announced major reductions in flights worldwide. B&H Worldwide will remain in close contact with the major airlines to keep up-to-date information on flight options to minimise delays and be able to plan around the disruption to transit times on affected lanes. For more information on the industry impact, please contact your local B&H office.

B&H BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLAN
B&H Worldwide is constantly updating our business continuity plan and adjusting based on government recommendations.

In certain B&H offices, based in affected areas, our business continuity plan has been in place for weeks and we will continue to monitor and adjust based on the current situation.

If you have any further questions, please contact your local B&H office for more information.

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