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Ensuring the health and safety of our clients and staff

Ensuring the health and safety of our clients and staff

KPMG in Singapore has enhanced health and safety measures for all in response to COVID-19.

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In light of the COVID-19 developments, the Circuit Breaker measures will be eased from 2 June 2020, in three phases over the coming months.

In addition to adhering strictly to guidelines and procedures provided by Ministry of Health (MOH), KPMG in Singapore has taken additional measures to further enhance the safety and health of our clients and staff members, which remains our top priority.

1      Staff have been advised to defer all travel, including both work and personal travel, in line with Travel Advisories from MOH.

2      All staff have been advised to declare if they have been issued 5-day medical leave for acute respiratory symptoms, Quarantine Orders, travel plans and observe Stay-Home Notices and Leaves of Absence.

3      All staff are also advised to declare if any family member(s) is/are serving Quarantine Order(s) or Stay-At-Home (SHN) notice(s).

4      In accordance with guidelines from the Multi-Ministry Taskforce, KPMG in Singapore will observe a phased approach to staff members returning to office and client premises from 2 June 2020.

  • All staff of KPMG in Singapore are to continue working from home, if they are able to
  • Meetings should continue to be conducted via video and audio-conferencing facilities, where practicable
  • For staff required to work from office premises, approvals processes have been set out, alongside safe distancing measures in office premises.
  • SafeEntry must be used to check in and out of office premises, in addition to daily temperature, health and travel declarations for all staff and visitors to office premises
  • Staff and visitors will be required to wear masks at all times, and adequate supply of masks are available, if required
  • All large-scale group events and activities have been suspended, with alternate arrangements put in place (e.g. webinars)
  • Safe Management Officers will be in place to provide support, monitor and ensure strict adherence

5      Staff of KPMG in Singapore are encouraged to practise good hygiene and socially-responsible behaviors by:

  • Adhering to the all safe-distancing measures as directed by the Multi-Ministry Taskforce, as well as KPMG in Singapore guidelines
  • Staying at home and avoiding crowded places
  • Wearing a mask if unwell and seeing a doctor promptly
  • Monitoring their temperature twice a day
  • Washing their hands regularly with soap
  • Avoiding the touching of their faces with their hands
  • Covering their mouths with tissue paper when sneezing or coughing

Please be assured that these measures are in place to keep our clients and staff members safe, while ensuring business continuity. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and enhance our measures as the situation warrants.

 

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