Bulyard works in compliance with all anti-epidemic measures.


Bulyard Shipbuilding Industry AD has introduced enhanced anti-epidemic measures to protect the lives and health of its employees, partners and customers.

      According to Order № RD-01-124 / 13.03.2020 of the Minister of health in the context of the growing epidemic
related to limiting the spread of COVID-19, all employers, depending on the specifics and capabilities of the respective work activity, must introduce a remote form of work for their employees. Where this is not possible, employers may arrange for enhanced anti-epidemic measures to be taken in the workplaces, including: filter, disinfection and ventilation, instruction to observe personal hygiene of the staff and prevent employees or outsiders with manifestations of acute infectious diseases; written in it.
      Pursuant to these orders, measures were taken at Bulyard Shipbuilding Industry AD, which is the largest shipbuilding company in Bulgaria, to protect the lives and health of all employees there.
The purpose of all measures is to prevent the spread of the infection among
For the purpose of the entrance of the company, the incoming employees and clients are controlled by passing through a point for measuring the body temperature through the Fluke TI20 Thermal Imaging Camera.
      Extremely serious attention is paid to disinfection throughout the company. It is carried out with solutions based on chlorine-containing preparations and alcohol solutions. Door handles are disinfected several times a day in the rooms, work rooms, special attention is paid to the sanitary areas. The necessary amounts of liquid soap and disinfectants are provided. benefit from workers. Disinfection is carried out both in the workshops and in the inter-shop spaces.
       What do we need to know about COVID-19 and how to infect it?
COVID-2019 is a new type of virus that has not been tested. This means that it is up to the scientists to determine in more detail what the modes of transmission, development are and to look for treatment and / or vaccine options.
In addition, mortality is currently higher than seasonal influenza, for which there are already established rules for response, treatment and prevention.
       How does COVID-19 get us sick?
The disease can be spread from person to person through small droplets from the nose or mouth that spread when a person with COVID-19 coughs or exhales. These droplets fall on objects and surfaces around the person. Other people then become infected with COVID-19 by touching these objects or surfaces and then touching their eyes, nose or mouth.
People can also become infected with COVID-19 if they inhale droplets directly from a person with COVID-19 who coughs or exhales droplets.
To date, studies have shown that the virus that causes COVID-19 is transmitted mainly through direct contact with respiratory droplets, not through the air.
       Symptoms of being infected with COVID-2019:
  • high temperature - chills
  • fatigue
  • dry cough
  •  runny nose, sore throat (in some patients)
  •  about 1 in 6 people who develop COVID-19 become seriously ill and develop difficulty breathing. People with fever, cough and difficulty breathing should seek medical attention.
       More often they get sick:
  • older people
  • persons with previous medical conditions (high blood pressure, heart disease, lung disease, cancer or diabetes).
  • Health workers are also at risk because of the nature of their work.
  • There is no evidence of an increased risk for pregnant women.
      The recommended preventive measures are the same as for seasonal flu:
  • Hand hygiene
  • Respiratory hygiene
  • Avoid close contact with sick people
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose or mouth
  • Self-isolation at home, if you are sick - cough, have a fever or difficulty breathing.
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