OPS AS Policy regarding Corona virus
To our suppliers and contractors,
With reference to the Covid-19, Corona virus outbreak, we would like to share the following information:
OPS AS follows the Norwegian Government's regulations and we expect all of our suppliers and contractors to do the same.
When one of the companies in the OPS group is the main company, suppliers shall follow OPS policy:
If you have traveled or need to travel abroad:
- Information for travellers, it is your responsebility to get known of the updated rules and regulations at the web site of Norwegian Government: www.regjeringen.no and the rules and regulations in the the country you are travelling to or from.
- A list of non high-risk countries will be updated every 14 day at the web site from the Norwegian Government: www.fhi.no. It is important that you keep your self updated.
- No offshore travel within 14 days of leaving the high-risk area.
- If symptoms (cough, fever, shortness of breath), no travel offshore within 21 days of leaving an area with active human-to-human transmission, seek medical attention.
If you have had close contact with a confirmed or suspected Covid-19-patient:
- No offshore travel 14 days after last contact with symptomatic patient.
- If symptoms (cough, fever, shortness of breath), no travel offshore within 21 days of last contact with symptomatic patient, seek medical attention.
When one of the companies in the OPS group is not the principal enterprise, suppliers will be expected as a minimum to follow guidelines from WHO and/or relevant National Health Authorities, and follow principal enterprise's policies.
General travel advice:
- Persons who are sick with the common cold or influenza symptoms are asked to stay at home.
- Do not travel if you are sick, you may be quarantined in certain countries.
- Maintain good personal hygiene.
- Wash your hands regularly.
- Use hand sanitiser when soap and water are not available.
- Avoid touching your face.
- Keep away from people who are obviously sick.
- If travelling by air, follow general hygiene advice from the air plane company.
- Cabin air quality is generally safe due to the onboard air purification systems. Cabin attendants are responsible for safety measures if someone appears to be sick.