(updated on 30 October 2020)
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and to limit its economic consequences, AFNOR Group has made every effort to ensure the continuity of its on-site and remote services, adapted to your needs and requirements. Each group entity has put in place a business continuity plan addressing all of our stakeholders: customers, partners, visitors, employees. Standardization, Publishing, Training, Certification… our solutions have proven themselves; you can count on us to offer you the best solution to suit your situation and your needs.
Our offices remain open, at headquarters and at our regional locations, to continue providing the services that cannot be delivered remotely.
In accordance with government recommendations, we have implemented the appropriate health measures to ensure your safety and that of our employees. This organization, which is designed to limit the risk of contamination and spread of the virus, does not absolve people arriving on the sites of their individual and civic responsibility. As such, people with symptoms will have to use their better judgment and not enter the premises.
If, within 15 days following your visit to one of our sites, you present symptoms characteristic of Covid-19, please warn us.
For everyone’s safety, access to the site will be denied in the following cases:
In order to better organize your presence on site, please read these instructions.
In the context of the Covid-19 health crisis that we are currently experiencing, the first preventive action to prevent the spread of the virus is to respect distancing measures to protect yourself and others. It is therefore our individual responsibility to respect them at all times and in all places. Posters to remind you of the distancing measures are present in our rooms and in many places throughout our sites to remind you of the instructions.
If the configuration of the premises allows it, a traffic plan is implemented in the premises to limit crossings and ensure distancing between visitors. (Examples: stairs dedicated either to go up or go down, one-way signposting, use of lifts by one person at a time only, etc.) If the layout of premises (all or part) does not allow it, signs will be placed to mention a vigilance zone and the conduct to be followed; for example, “check that the way is clear before entering”. These areas are also indicated in red on the floor plans that you will find near the lifts and stairs.
Meals will be provided either by access to the company restaurant at a set time (for Saint-Denis) or by the delivery of meal trays.