Baltic Control® continues to support the Danish Government, Danish Health Authority and WHO (World Health Organization) guidances and efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
We continue to stay operational worldwide, and continue to take all necessary precautions to protect both our clients and our staff. From time to time our office staff work from home to prevent local outbreaks to spread, phones are redirected to mobile phones and business continues therefore as usual: we are 100% available on mail and phones, thus continue the work of servicing our clients worldwide.
Inspections and audits, on the other hand, must necessarily take place in companies, on sites and in the herds in question. In order to protect both clients and staff against COVID-19 virus we urge EVERYBODY to follow these simple advices from WHO:
Baltic Control® has set the following restrictions and precautionary measures for inspections and audits during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic:
In addition to the above, the same of course also applies if the inspector/auditor needs to be quarantined or has been in physical contact with infected persons.
Baltic Control® supports the Danish authorities' recommendation and strongly encourages all our employees to have a weekly COVID-19 test. This is to ensure that we as a company do not spread infection and to protect both clients and employees.
Baltic Control® continues to follow all COVID-19 related developments and will inform our clients directly in case changes might affect you and the service we provide for you. Please always feel free to contact your usual Baltic Control® contact person if you have any specific questions. We are also available at the following e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope for your understanding that during this pandemic, inspections/audits will be a little different than under normal circumstances. However, we will do everything we can to service you and your TIC needs while we all fight the pandemic and prevent the spreading of the COVID-19 virus.
Updated information on coronavirus can be found on the Danish Health Authority website: click here
These guidelines will be updated on an ongoing basis in accordance with the guidelines of the national health authorities and WHO.
Latest update: 16. March 2021
To download the Baltic Control COVID-19 information as pdf please click here