All municipal workers take a training action to protect themselves from COVID-19 in the course of their work


The 230 workers of the Totana City Council, including civil servants and labor employees, are undertaking a compulsory online training course on Personal and Work Risk Prevention against the epidemic of COVID-19, in order to be able to carry out their work with the maximum guarantees of protection for health.This intensive training action is being carried out in different shifts so that all employees can carry it out; and in the case of those who do not have technical means in their jobs, this has been done in person.«It is necessary to train our workers in security and protection measures against coronavirus.

They will be on the front line of attention to citizens and the safety of all is paramount, "said the mayor of Totana, Juan José Cánovas, who also manages the Human Resources area.Despite all the measures adopted, the City Council will continue to serve citizens for the time being, preferably by phone and telematically, as advised by the health authorities and, in essential cases, face-to-face care will be arranged by appointment.The City Council totanero began, a few weeks ago, the implementation of protection measures in those jobs that pay attention to the public by placing protective partitions.

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