KLAY CENTRE PRECAUTIONS

Mar 9, 2020 | Read time: 2 mins

Mar 9, 2020 | Read time:


Precautionary Measures

  • To ensure enhanced safety, appropriate Fumigation (Ultra Low Volume Particles) has been done last weekend at all our Centres

  • Mandatory temperature check and hand sensitization for all visitors at our Centre is being enforced. Any children or staff exhibiting flu-like symptoms (cold, fever, cough etc) shall not be allowed inside the centre for 12 days, or until a valid medical certificate is produced. We request all to cooperate as this is to ensure the safety of all children and staff

  • We are closely monitoring if any of our staff/Children or their parents have travelled to high-risk countries as identified by WHO – China, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Italy, Iran, Vietnam, Taiwan, Singapore and Europe. In this regard, we are providing a self-declaration form at the front desk at the schools to ensure everyone’s safety

  • We shall restrict access of visitors to classrooms and other common areas

  • We have increased frequency of disinfection of washrooms, common areas and classrooms.

  • We have instructed all our staff to stay back at home if sick

  • We have instructed our staff to avoid touching eyes, nose, mouth of self and children unless the staff has washed hands and only if it is necessary
  • We are training our staff about respiratory hygiene – covering one’s mouth and nose with bent elbow or tissue when one coughs or sneezes. Right after, the tissues need to be disposed of immediately.
  • We have recommended our staff to avoid traveling to public/crowded places unless unavoidable
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