Lawrence J. Fennelly, CPOI, CSSI
Marianna Perry, M.S., CPP, CPOI
This document provides guidance for cleaning and disinfection of the equipment, production and warehouse building as well as non-production facilities after a confirmed case for an employee. The purpose is to ensure the non-affected personnel are protected from cross-contamination.
This document needs to be adapted by the local crisis committee according to the type of factory/distribution center affected and the instructions provided by the local authorities. If the requirements from local authorities are different from this guidance – the one from local authorities must be always followed.
What to do when a person is found positive
The person found positive as well as all suspected cases and close contacts should not enter the premises and should follow the guidance from the local authorities for quarantine. Stop the affected production line as well as all activities in the affected area (e.g. warehouse). Perform risk assessment for extension beyond affected area based on people and air flow in the premises. Prepare for cleaning of the affected area. Clean and disinfect following the guidance below. If required by the local authorities, leave the location undisturbed pre and/or post cleaning for a limited period of time. Restart operations with non-affected personnel.
What to do with finished products
Products are safe for consumption. There is no risk of contamination with Coronavirus through packed food as the virus cannot survive food processing and storage. All finished products in final customer packaging should be transferred to finished goods warehouse in restricted status and follow the regular procedure for product release.
The International Foundation for Protection Officers (IFPO) is dedicated to providing meaningful and cost effective security training for security guards and protection officers.
We believe that education is a necessary and essential part of professional security training and the security officer’s background. IFPO serves individuals, security companies, and organizations that have their own private security staff. Our students and members benefit from the recognition and standing that the prestigious IFPO certification conveys.
International Foundation for Protection Officers Mission Statement
Mission Statement Part I.
The International Foundation for Protection Officers provides professional learning opportunities for security practitioners, to impart the knowledge, skills, and competencies required to maximize job performance and enhance career potential.
Purpose: to make a positive difference in the quality of the participant’s job performance and elevate the professional status of students who partake of our learning opportunities.
Business: to supply committed security practitioners with a quality education to help achieve their highest potential and provide recognized accreditation for successful completion of educational goals.
Values: commitment, integrity, responsibility, and standards of excellence, provide the platform that supports our journey as we pursue our mission.
Commitment to Excellence: To be the recognized center of excellence and primary provider of education and training products and services to the security industry.
Mission Statement Part II.
“The International Foundation for Protection Officers is committed to the support and professional development of protection officers and supervisors. Through advocacy, promoting training standards, and providing accessible training, education and certification opportunities, we seek to enhance their professional standing as well as increase and diversify the value of the vital services they provide.”