COVID-19 prevention and detection at MB92 Barcelona (December 9, 2020)

The yard’s stringent procedures against COVID-19 mean refit activity can continue apace…
Following Spain’s national lockdown in response to the COVID-19 pandemic earlier this year, MB92 Barcelona made the decision to close its facilities for four weeks from 16 March to 14 April, 2020 to ensure the safety and protection of everyone involved in the shipyard’s day-to-day operations. Since activity recommenced, MB92 Barcelona has enforced stringent COVID-19 prevention and detection procedures within its facilities.
“Health and safety has always been an important part of our way of working,” explains Jordi Ariet, chief operating officer at MB92 Barcelona. “We cannot stop COVID-19 but we can try to prevent its spread. So, we have created protocols based around early detection and adding as many barriers as we can to reduce the risk of infection within the shipyard as much as possible.”

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