Communication to clients
In response to the spread of the Coronavirus, RINA immediately committed itself to ensuring that all activities carried out at our offices and those of our customers are in compliance with the maximum health safety standards that can be guaranteed during this emergency.
For RINA, it is a priority to protect the health of all personnel, their families and the customers with whom they work on a daily basis, to contribute to the pursuit of an important institutional objective and to safeguard the continuation of all services.
We would like to inform you that:
- A Task Force dedicated to managing the epidemiological emergency from COVID-19 was immediately set up
- A special area has been created on the company’s intranet to provide communications and useful information relating to the COVID-19 emergency and an email address for sending information and/or requests for clarification
- A “Health and Safety Protocol” has been distributed to all colleagues, containing the behavioural and personal hygiene measures provided by the World Health Organization (WHO) to reduce exposure to the virus and its transmission
- The provisions contained in the measures adopted by the national and international Competent Authorities, aimed at limiting the spread of the infection, are promptly transposed and communicated;
- We have requested to prioritise, wherever possible, conference call tools and remote activities, limiting the organisation of physical meetings to the bare minimum
- Access to RINA offices by external personnel is regulated.
- The use of smart working has been massively extended, with more than 2,000 employees being enabled to work in an agile way, exceeding the limit of 8 days per month initially envisaged by the company regulations.
The IT infrastructures provided, and the agile work model already in place and consolidated allow us, despite having extended smart working to all employees, to guarantee the operations of the company.
Aware of the fact that suitable individual and collective behaviours can contribute to limiting the spread of the infection, RINA will carefully monitor the situation and identify, if and as necessary, any further measures.
Last update: 03/13/2020.