As the country eases into the ‘new normal’, Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) adapts to the times by strictly enforcing enhanced workplace safety measures.
Among the changes being implemented are the remodeled reception areas to keep employees and visitors safe.
According to Engr. Alfie Vargas, the new design for the reception area features a “shield” that protects people on both sides safe from aerosol-borne viruses, such as the novel coronavirus which causes covid-19.
“We use materials such as clear acrylic and stainless steel tubes,” he said. “Something like this will also be implemented in our retail stores.”
The new design also includes markers to facilitate physical distancing.
In a recent statement, BAVI president Ronald Mascariñas had underlined the company’s commitment to workplace safety.
“I want everyone to protect themselves always by following strict health protocols,” he said. “I will make sure that our workplaces comply with new government safety standards.”
Bounty has also published a new online resource on workplace safety. It aims to keep employees, partners, and customers informed about the company’s guidelines in preventing covid-19 infections.
Throughout the lockdown period, Bounty has been working to keep its people and customers safe, while helping vulnerable groups and frontliners in the fight against the deadly virus.
Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) is the largest rotisserie chicken company in the Philippines. It is also the country’s second largest poultry integrator alongside sister company Bounty Fresh Foods, Inc.
Bounty is the company behind Chooks-to-Go, Uling Roasters, Bounty Fresh, and Adobo Connection.