The second edition of the SLPA Covid 19 Prevention Guideline was launched on January 13 at the office of the Sri Lanka Ports Authority’s Chairman. This twenty-eight page guideline highlights necessary precautionary and responsive measures to be implemented for preventing the spread of Covid-19 in the workplaces of the Sri Lanka Ports Authority. The first edition of this guideline was released at the beginning of last year.
Copies of this new edition were presented to the higher management of the Sri Lanka Ports Authority including the Chairman General Daya Ratnayake, the Vice Chairman Dr. Prasantha Jayamanna, and the Managing Director Mr.A.D.A.S. Premachandra. Copies of the new guidelines were also distributed among the all divisions of SLPA and other ports in the country as well as among the members of the Covid-19 Preventive Actions Committee (CPAC). The CPAC initiated by the Sri Lanka Ports Authority comprising all institutes directly and indirectly involved in the operations and services of the Port of Colombo has implemented all necessary precautionary and responsive measures to prevent Covid-19 in ports and supply chain of Sri Lanka.
Copies of this new edition are available on the official websites of the Sri Lanka Ports Authority at slpa.lk and news.slpa.lk.
Featured Photo: Mr Nalin Aponso – Director (Human Resources and Development), Mr Chitral Jayawarna -Chief Manager (Communication and Public Relations) and Mr. Nilantha Ilangamuwa – Senior Manager (Communication and Public Relations) presentsa copy of the SLPA Covid-19 Prevention Guideline to the Chairman of the Sri Lanka Ports Authority, General Daya Ratnayake.