PCF4: Mountain View’s New Safety Protocol to Secure Employees and Residents During the COVID-19 Crisis!
Ever since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, our lifestyles have changed dramatically in every possible sense. As we’re over a month into the crisis, the entire world is trying to find ways to cope with the situation until we find a cure. One company that took the right steps to react to the crisis is Mountain View, setting the bar for other entities to follow their lead.
After creating an urgent crisis committee to draft a map for the company to move forward in light of the current crisis, the leading developer finally reached a safety protocol that could secure the safety of employees, partners, and residents at all of the company’s various premises.
Mountain View employees have been working flexible hours from home since the beginning of the pandemic, and with the guidance of the Egyptian government, it plans to gradually bring back the workforce, all within PCF4 Protocol guidelines. The good news is that construction has resumed!
The PCF4 Protocol, as the name suggests, puts the safety of the people before anything else! The protocol follows the recommendations of the Egyptian Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization, and is highly dependent on regular sanitization and disinfection procedures.
Before entering or leaving any Mountain View property, you’ll have to pass through a sterilization tunnel! This will also be supported by regular temperature tests, safety awareness sessions, and protective kits. Moreover, regular and strict sterilization will cover working stations, employees’ cars, public areas, trucks, equipment, and gear.
Mountain View has made its move, and it’s time for other companies and entities to follow this role model to ensure the safety of their people and community.