In accordance with the containment measures adopted by the Italian government in view of the risk of infection by Covid19, our company, considering the provisions of the government,
Joint Regulatory Protocol to control the spread of Covid - 19 in the passenger transport sector - Phase 2 - May 2020;
has introduced a series of measures and procedures to protect the health of the crew and passengers carried. These measures will be implemented through a series of targeted activities and the provision of PPE material distributed on board the ships.
Preventive and protective measures to control the spread of Covid19 infection are based on specific provisions adopted by the competent institutions in accordance with the evolution of the epidemiological situation.
For this reason, new professional spray equipment is used to disinfect our vessels: the portable electrostatic professional spray device Cordless and the electrostatic backpack spray.
The disinfectant contained is suitable for cleaning furniture, handles, doors, equipment and surfaces in public areas and community facilities in general.
Measurement of the body temperature of all employees every morning before the start of the shift, (temperature not higher than 37.5) and recording of symptoms to be reported in a special register for the traceability of control measures (the register is kept by the ship's command and the data is deleted at the end of the month and in any case at the end of the COVID-19 - emergency in order to comply with the data protection guidelines).
Anyone arriving in Sardinia must register on the region's website using this form.
All passengers travelling to Corsica must fill in a self-attestation declaring the absence of symptoms of COVID-19.Additionally and by order of the Italian Ministry of Health, passengers departing from Bastia in the direction of Genoa must fill in this registration form and hand it in at the reception of the ship, where it will be kept for 14 days.
Those who travel to Sicily can download the app "Sicilia SiCura", which was developed to manage tourism during phase 3 of the fight against Covid-19. The registration is voluntary.
Procedure access-transit-exit within predetermined time frame
Restriction of contact with third party suppliers.
Personnel responsible for receiving and/or storing goods must maintain a safety distance of at least two meters and wear face protection and disposable gloves. (food delivery and cabin staff for the delivery of linen).
In accordance with their operating procedures, the third-party companies declare to measure the body temperature of their personnel before the start of the work shift and to provide disposable masks and gloves, disposable overalls, coats and glasses. They have also ensured that all preventive measures have been taken and implemented, both for external service providers and for activities within their companies.
Laundries, in particular, have introduced washing cycles in full compliance with technical standards, aimed at ensuring a high level of hygiene and consistent elimination of contamination using certified detergents and disinfectants with high performance and bactericidal, virucide and fungicidal action. These products guarantee perfect hygiene of the laundry during the washing process, followed by thermal treatment with temperatures between 180° and 200° C and bio-contamination control at every step of the washing process.
Cycles that affect all phases of the process: from the collection of the dirty items to the delivery of the textiles.
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