Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates for USG Boral’s employees, contractors and customers

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates for USG Boral’s employees, contractors and customers

At USG Boral, we are continuing to take measures to help manage the risk of spreading the COVID-19 virus (Coronavirus) including strict hygiene, social distancing and quarantine protocols. We have a dedicated internal COVID-19 management team and we are responding to government restrictions, mandates and guidelines in every country we operate in. We are also relying on expert advice, including information provided by USG Boral’s international medical and travel security services provider International SOS.

Our number one priority is to ensure the safety and health of our people, our customers and any visitors to our sites.

To learn more about USG Boral’s protocols and practices for employees and contractors please refer to the following documents:

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We would appreciate our customers letting us know immediately if you have any reason to suspect the virus may be on your site. We will then make alternative arrangements to minimise the risk of exposing our people and spreading the virus.

We are also working to ensure we are as prepared as we can be around business continuity planning including minimising our supply chain risks and business disruption and strengthening our remote working capabilities. We have identified business critical processes, including in our manufacturing operations and distribution as well as in our finance and IT functions. We have contingency planning underway including planning for staff absenteeism and planning to minimise any potential supply disruption to customers. We do not rely on a single data centre or IT facility.

For more information or to provide feedback to USG Boral on COVID-19, please email: covid19@usgboral.com

We encourage you to be aware of the available resources and recommendations of your local authorities. Additionally, we also source our information from the World Health Organisation and International SOS: