The Minister at the Prime Minister's Office and the Second Minister of Finance and Economy also explained that the 'Business Continuity Plan' of the Ministry or Organisation needs to be updated as appropriate based on the regulations in force.
According to Yang Berhormat Dato Seri Setia Doctor Awang Haji Mohd Amin Liew bin Abdullah, the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) should be prepared and implemented for the storage of work equipment and official documents required for 'Work From Home'. Where applicable, suppliers or vendors who deliver to office buildings should be identified and contacted by their respective teams to confirm that the 'Business Continuity Plan' protocol is compatible for delivery or supply, and suggest alternative procedures if necessary. The activation of the 'Work From Home' protocol is valid for 2 weeks and is subject to the COVID-19 outbreak situation in Brunei Darussalam.
The Ministry or Organisation must also inform officers, staff and the public (if applicable) thoroughly and clearly about the implementation of the Business Continuity Plan. In addition, it is also necessary to remind organisations whether government or private sector to always ensure that the office building area is always clean and cleaning of the office area must be maintained in accordance with the Ministry of Health's SOP. The measures are to ensure that the organisation's 'Business Continuity Plan' runs smoothly in protecting and maintaining the well-being of the staff and curbing the risk of COVID-19 outbreak in the country.
Source: Radio Television Brunei