Brembo to Resume Some Italian Operations


Source: Brembo announcement

CARNO, Italy –Beginning today, Tuesday, April 28, Brembo  will begin reopening some of its activities in the plants of Curno, Mapello and Sellero (Italy), which were temporarily suspended on March 16 due to the emergency situation generated by COVID-19.

The decision was taken in line with the recent extraordinary provisions of the Italian Government.

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During the closure period, the company focused its efforts on implementing and reinforcing safety measures, following the instructions of the authorities.

Brembo has worked on the disinfection and sanitization of all working environments and it has intensified safety measures for its people. These include the use of protective masks to be worn throughout the day spent in the company’s facilities and an increase in the number of hand disinfectant dispensers.

In addition to that, at every entrance of the the company’s facilities, employees will have their body temperature measured before entering the workplace. Finally, the company has introduced a series of changes that limits the presence of people both in the workplace and in public areas.

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