A number of workers in various departments at the Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) – Ahmadi, Mubarak Al-Kabeer, Reggae and Hawally – have been found to be infected with coronavirus but this did not affect workflow in the authority, reports Al-Qabas daily quoting sources.
Sources disclosed the authority assigned a working team to continuously monitor the health condition of employees and conduct periodic examination to ensure their safety, reiterating the work cycle is not affected by any possible infection. Sources said Director General of the authority Ahmed Al-Moussa instructed the Services Department and concerned officials that in the event of discovering infections among the employees, those infected should be isolated.
This is in addition to the sterilization of the premises and then to start the work without disrupting the transactions or appointments, sources revealed. Sources added majority of the infected cases were discovered during the Eid Al-Adha holiday, affirming the departments were sterilized and only Ahmadi Administration was closed for two days.
Sources indicated that departments do not face any problems in general as work has not been affected; affirming the appointments are still in place, transactions are followed up through the easiest application, and there is continuous teamwork to monitor the health condition of employees and check them regularly.