Air Liquide is committed to taking appropriate precautions to provide a safe and healthy environment for our staff, contractors, customers, patients and the general public, and to ensure continuity of supply.
With the evolving situation around COVID-19, since mid February 2020. Air Liquide Japan has activated Business Continuity Plan (BCP)to manage different levels of the situation should confirmed cases in Japan potentially impact our business. Air Liquide has also set up a task force and various working groups within the Group locally and globally. These coordinate all necessary measures within the business and ensure smooth internal and external communication.
As a company, we have already implemented local measures to ensure our staff and contractors working on our behalf are aware of the virus, symptoms and preventative measures to take to minimise any contact or spread and ensure continuity of supply to our customers.
Some elements of the Air Liquide BCP that have been in placed:
On a daily basis, we will continue to monitor and follow the advice from the World Health Organisation (WHO), Japanese Government Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.
As of March 31th 2020,
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Air Liquide Japan is more than ever committed to supporting players in the various healthcare systems where the company operates, and to supporting our customers in the various sectors where they operate .