HZJZ: Recommendation for work / stay on yachts, boats and other vessels during the epidemic COVID-19

first_imgPassenger records.  Crew health monitoring by daily temperature measurement.  The Croatian Institute of Public Health published recommendations for work / stay on yachts, boats and other vessels during the COVID-19 epidemic. Other recommendations as well as the procedure in case of symptoms indicative of COVID-19 can be found in the appendix. It is recommended that vessel personnel keep records of passenger contacts and passenger entries and exits, so that in case of detection of a sick person on board, territorially competent epidemiologists can identify and inform the patient’s contacts as soon as possible and implement measures to prevent further spread of infection. Before starting work, all crew members must measure their temperature in the morning and will not start working if it is higher than 37,2oC and / or they have respiratory problems. In case of fever and / or respiratory problems with or without fever, employees will contact the employer and the competent family doctor by phone and will not start working until the cause of respiratory disorders or fever is determined. Attachment: HZJZ: Recommendation for work / stay on yachts, boats and other vessels during the epidemic COVID-19last_img read more

WATCH PHOTOS:Avram Grant touched down in Ghana on Tuesday

first_imgGhana FA officials were at the Accra Airport on Tuesday night to welcome ex-Chelsea boss Avram Grant on his arrival in the country to be unveiled as the new coach of the national team the Black Stars.There were officials and journalists at hand at the Kotoka International Airport to welcome the Israeli coach who arrived in the company of his agent Saif Rubie.Decked out in a deep blue pullover, Grant smiled as local fans gave him a warm welcome before answering questions to a television station who were keen on being the first to talk to him.The former West Ham manager is expected to hold meetings with sports minister Mahama Ayariga, the Black Stars technical team and the management committee on Wednesday.He will be unveiled Thursday and will outline his plans for the Black Stars ahead of the Afcon 2015.He will then be officially outdoored at a press conference to be held at the GFA secretariat on Thursday. The 59-year-old has signed a 27-month deal to take over from Maxwell Konadu, who had been in temporary charge since Kwesi Appiah left in September.Avram Grant’s contract starts from December 1, 2014 to February 2017 and his first major assignment will be at the Africa Cup of Nations 2015 in Equatorial Guinea.He will start work on Monday and his contract will finish at the end of February 2017 – after that year’s Africa Cup of Nations finals.Israeli Grant has only six weeks to prepare the Black Stars for the 2015 Nations Cup in Equatorial Guinea.Ghana, who topped their qualification group for next year’s showpiece, will find out their opponents in Equatorial Guinea when the draw is made today.The tournament will be held between 17 January and 8 February. Grant, who as Chelsea boss suffered defeat by Manchester United in the 2008 European Champions League final, was most recently the technical director at Thai side BEC Tero Sasana.His previous coaching role was at Partizan Belgrade from 2012 to 2014, during which time he steered the club to their fifth consecutive Serbian championship.As well as spells in charge of English clubs Portsmouth and West Ham, Grant has international experience having spent four years at the helm of Israel’s national side.There had been  concerns that Grant’s nationality could prevent him gaining access to some North African countries.last_img read more