Supporting our businesses, helping them keep safe

24th March 2020

Malta Chamber disseminates guidelines to businesses on how to make sure their work-places remain safe, in the context of the spread of COVID-19.

In collaboration with the country’s Public Health Authorities, the Malta Chamber is disseminating among its members, Malta’s foremost employers, a guide on how to make sure that their work-places remain safe, in the context of the spread of COVID-19.

“At The Malta Chamber we believe that success in containing the outbreak depends on the full cooperation of all sectors of society, including businesses and employers, who play an essential role in curbing the spread of diseases” said Kevin J. Borg, Director General. “As the representatives of Malta’s foremost employers we are duty-bound to work closely with our Health Authorities and do our part even in this regards”.

The information being disseminated among Chamber members covers important information on how COVID-19 spreads, and more importantly provides the adequate solutions on how to prevent contamination in the context of the workplace.

Employers are encouraged to devise a plan of what to do if someone becomes ill with suspected COVID-19 at the workplaces. The guidelines go into the detail of what the plan should entail and how to eventually execute it.

“Now is the time to prepare for COVID-19 at the place of work. Simple precautions and planning can make a big difference. Action now will help protect our employees and our business which in most cases must continue to operate to ascertain viability besides the fulfillment of their contribution to the supply chain” concluded Kevin J. Borg.

The Chamber shall be distributing the above mentioned detailed guidelines to its members.

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21st March 2020

"The Malta Chamber is committed to continue working with its members, Malta’s major employers, as well as with the other employer bodies and the workers’ unions, in a concerted effort to pull through this difficult time, successfully"


20th March 2020

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18th March 2020

During the meeting, The Malta Chamber offered its help, through the involvement of its members, in the national effort in safeguarding public health.