NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing Offers Daily COVID Tests to Employees at its Headquarters

NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing Offers Daily COVID Tests to Employees at its Headquarters

The ongoing pandemic poses major challenges for many employers in the administrative districts around the headquarters of NETZSCH Analyzing Testing in Selb, Germany. NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing is happy to support the initiative of the districts. Learn more!

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The ongoing pandemic poses major challenges for many employers in the administrative districts around the headquarters of NETZSCH Analyzing Testing in Selb, Germany. To protect their employees, the local companies have a great interest in detecting infections with SARS-CoV-2 at an early stage and thus minimizing the spread of the virus. Since the end of January, the districts of Wunsiedel and Hof have been recommending that companies carry out tests on a close-meshed basis and have provided Corona rapid tests free of charge for this purpose.

NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing is happy to support the initiative. The company has been offering its employees and the employees of Erich NETZSCH Holding the opportunity to undergo a daily rapid test since February 4, 2021.

After training by the company physician and a short pilot phase, professionally instructed employees perform tests on colleagues on a daily basis.

“Despite strict hygiene measures in the company, such as wearing FFP2 masks and distance rules, we recommend regular testing. We achieve the greatest effect through continuous testing.”

Birgit Gebhardt, Pandemic Team at the headquarters of NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing in Germany

“We are pleased that the offer is so well received and that we can thus make an important contribution to getting the regional spread of the Corona-Virus under control.”

Dr. Thomas Denner, Managing Director NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing
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