Yesterday, employees of Dubai government departments registered a full attendance at their workplaces, amounting to 100%, amid full implementation of precautionary and preventive measures, according to the "return to work protocol", which was recently issued by the Dubai Government's Human Resources Department.

The employees resumed their duties from the duty stations, in implementation of the decision of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council, after exercising their positions remotely during the past three months.

The decision to return to work from the offices excluded pregnant groups, people of determination, people with chronic diseases, immune deficiency cases, and those with respiratory symptoms, such as asthma, according to approved medical reports.

In detail, employees of the Dubai Police General Command have begun their work duties in their offices in the police sectors, taking into account the application of preventive and precautionary measures to combat the Corona virus.

The General Administration of Human Resources, in cooperation with the Happiness and Positive Council in the Dubai Police, worked to receive employees and provide guidance and awareness brochures to them about preventive and precautionary measures, and to hand them sterilization materials, gloves, and masks for wearing during work.

The Director of the General Department of Human Resources in Dubai Police, Brigadier Dr. Abdullah Abdullah Murad, said that the employees ’commitment to the force in their work is 100%, according to the directives of the Dubai government in this regard.

He added that Dubai police apply precautionary measures to ensure public safety at work sites, and included an initial diagnosis of the health status of employees before entering work, by measuring temperature and sterilization, and emphasizing wearing masks. It was also keen on sterilizing offices, providing sterilization materials for employees and sensitizing them to maintaining physical distance by leaving a distance of no less than two meters between them. She was also keen on designing the work environment to achieve physical distance, and putting up posters to determine the distances between employees and auditors.

The Dubai Public Prosecution received its employees 100%, after completing its preparations, which included the complete disinfection of offices and facilities in the building, the installation of personnel thermometers, and the provision of masks, gloves, sterilizers, and disinfectants to all. It also urged its employees to adhere to health safety standards via e-mail and screens distributed in the various facilities of the building.

The employees of the Knowledge and Human Development Authority in Dubai started their work hours from their offices at the Authority’s headquarters in Dubai’s University City.

The authority applied precautionary and preventive measures to protect employees and customers, including sterilization tools and a device to verify the temperatures of building users before entering, and sterilize the building on an ongoing basis in order to provide a healthy and appropriate environment for employees and customers. Sterilization included offices and meeting rooms, building roles, corridors, doors, and reception areas.

The authority provided isolation rooms, for those who show symptoms of high temperature or any other symptoms, in which they are isolated, and then inform the competent authorities.

The Roads and Transport Authority announced the completion of the return of its cadres to the office work, after taking precautionary measures, to ensure a healthy and safe work environment in light of the challenges of the spread of the Corona virus.

Sultan Al-Akraf, Director of the Human Resources and Development Department in the Institutional Administrative Support Services Sector, said that the Authority has completed the return of 100% of the cadres.

He added that the authority has taken precautionary and preventive measures to create a suitable and healthy work environment, which included holding virtual awareness workshops for the procedures to be followed when returning to work, as well as distributing masks and gloves to organizational units, and the use of thermal cameras and devices to check the temperature of employees. The Director General of the Department of Lands and Properties in Dubai, Sultan bin Mejren, said that the return to office work at its maximum capacity is an indication of the success of the efforts made by institutions, cadres and government and health teams, indicating that the department is ready to receive its customers to provide direct services to them, after Regular work at its headquarters.

The Dubai Economic Department confirmed its 100% resumption of work yesterday, in conjunction with the return of government agencies in the emirate to work at full capacity from workplaces.

She said that she had completed the application of the precautionary measures in the main building of the department in the business village of Deira, which is aimed at facing the prevention of the outbreak of the new Corona virus.

She explained that the preventive and precautionary measures included sterilizing the department’s offices and facilities, measuring the temperature of employees and dealers before entering the building, as well as providing separate entry and exit points to maintain physical spacing within the safe distance, and placing ground and wall awareness posters, in addition to placing glass barriers in offices Staff, reception and customer service offices, providing sterilizers, masks and gloves.

A message of reassurance

“The decision to return work in Dubai government departments by 100% carries a message of reassurance to the community, that we have passed the most difficult stage, and it is time to sharpen concerns and a strong and responsible return by adhering to the preventive measures that Ensures the health and safety of everyone. ”

He added that «government departments have implemented the directives of the Human Resources Department of the Dubai government by taking precautionary measures and preventive measures in their offices, including wearing masks, maintaining social distance of two meters, and re-arranging offices based on this basis, and ensuring that virtual meetings are held, along with Perform sterilization operations on a daily basis, and other approved procedures.

The return decision excluded pregnant groups, people of determination and those with chronic diseases.

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