With the Government announcing the lifting of the Circuit Breaker (CB) from Tuesday, 2 June 2020 in three phases, we will continue to apply stringent precautionary measures for as long as necessary, to provide a safe working environment for our staff, clients and their families when we re-open some of our services gradually in a safe manner.
Some visitor management measures that will be enforced when our centres re-open:
Safe Entry/Exit System: This has been installed at the SPD Ability Centre in Tiong Bahru and all our satellite centres. All staff, clients, caregivers, vendors/contractors and visitors must record their entry and exit to facilitate contact tracing procedures using either QR code or NRIC. You are also strongly encouraged to download and activate the TraceTogether App on your phone. The app can be downloaded on the Play Store (Android phones) and App Store (iPhones).
Temperature Taking: Temperature to be taken for all visitors at point of entry. Anyone who show signs of fever or respiratory symptoms such as cough or runny nose will be denied entry into our premises. Please take your temperature before coming to the centre.
Use of Masks: All visitors are required to wear masks when they come to our centres.
No Waiting at Centres: Caregivers can drop and pick up their loved ones before and after sessions. However, to minimise the risk of cross infection, caregivers are not allowed to wait within the centre’s premise.
We hope to have your cooperation to act responsibly and comply with the stipulated measures so that we can provide a safe environment for everyone and do our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the community.
Updated on: 29 May 2020