Health and Safety Amidst A Pandemic

It would be the greatest understatement to say that 2020 has changed everything, including the way we go to work (with most people telecommuting) to the way we go out and buy a week’s worth of groceries. The same is very true for how we travel. In the same vein that September 11, 2001 changed international travel security, COVID19 has changed and still is changing how airlines and passengers in the aviation industry are conducting day to day business. Though the risk of catching an infection on an aircraft is typically lower than in a shopping center or an office environment, there are simple measures that are being implemented to further reduce the risk of illness. These include practicing hand hygiene by washing regularly with soap or an alcohol-based sanitizer, and not touching face, especially eyes, nose, and mouth.

One example of companies taking change in a changing industry is the Airbus company. A main maker of corporate planes, business traveler airplanes, and helicopters, Airbus has recently declared that production of aircraft will continue solely with safe and disease preventative measures to ensure the safety of both clients and workers. The move comes subsequent to following tough measures to ensure wellbeing and security checks identified with the COVID-19 emergency. When the CDC first declared the global pandemic, the Airbus company stopped warehouse production and recruitment for four days to direct extensive work facilitated with social distancing.

Some companies, Airbus included, are currently hinting at the possibility of restarting such work facilities with a finalized set of wellbeing and security protocols. These new implementations include novel practices and methods on cleanliness, mask policies and self distancing. Meanwhile other companies like Rolls Royce are upgrading operational productivity under the new working contracts. Boeing is additionally establishing similar measures at different locations. The company recently revived its Final Assembly Line in Tianjin, China, in February after briefly halting creation due to the coronavirus episode.

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June 1, 2020


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