In response to the challenges being faced by Caribbean businesses across all sectors of their economies, TSL has developed a programme to identify, prevent and mitigate the risks of a COVID-19 infection being introduced and spread in the course of regular business interactions.
The programme is particularly targeted to assist entities with continuing their operations, and where required, re-opening their facilities with effective COVID-19 mitigation programmes. TSL’s response programme manages the contingent issues on two levels. Firstly, by conducting a Rapid Assessment for COVID-19 Resilience, (TSL RAC), and secondly through the execution of a comprehensive Risk Identification, Mitigation and Management Programme, the COVID-19 Assessment and Readiness Evaluation (TSL CARE). Entities may opt for either TSL RAC or TSL CARE based on their needs and possible exposure. Please download our brochure here. TSL RAC/TSL CARE brochure
TSL Rapid Assessment for COVID-19 Resilience (TSL RAC)
TSL RAC provides a rapid assessment of an entity’s readiness in its COVID-19 preparedness. This assessment gives an indication of the gaps in any existing protocols, or measures which may need to be implemented or improved. These measures would provide assurance that the facility has captured the primary considerations required to prevent or mitigate the effects of the novel coronavirus on its team members, clientele/customers and stakeholders
TSL COVID-19 Assessment and Readiness Evaluation (TSL CARE)
TSL CARE provides a comprehensive evaluation of an entity in its preparation, implementation, management, control and mitigation of microbial contamination centered around SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. This evaluation includes a full investigation and analysis of measures which have been implemented or are proposed to prevent and control contamination.
The programme covers risk identification for personnel, visitors, facilities, operations and systems, and includes specific steps to identify and prevent a COVID-19-positive visitor/guest, team member, contractor or a supplier from entering the facility. It includes comprehensive, level-appropriate training for all staff, using specifically tailored material that is scientifically accurate.
TSL will verify that any implemented system – for example, the cleaning, sanitation and decontamination regime – is working, through a combination of auditing and analytical testing. The supporting actions, training, risk assessments, communication, information sourcing and dissemination is evaluated for validity and effectiveness.