We all notice that our everyday life has changed and that the coronavirus has a huge impact on our choices and opportunities. A number of actions have been implemented at all AKVA group offices and service stations to prevent infection and spreading of the coronavirus.
Both in the workplace and at home, tasks must be done in other ways, and we have to be even more creative and solution-oriented in everything we do. But the good thing is that we evenly have good control over our deliveries and that we are available to customers as before.
Business as usual at Tysnes Fjordbruk, but the service technician came paddling
The corona pandemic has led us to rethink the way we are doing things. Last week, service technician Markus Stangeland had to be sent across the fjord in a rubber boat to not get too close to the people on board the catamaran on their way out to the feed barge at Tysnes Fjordbruk.
"We have to take our precautions. This includes keeping people at a good distance, wearing disposable gloves, careful hand washing and frequent disinfection. And, of course, use alternative means of transport if necessary," says service technician Stangeland.
ALTERNATIVE WAYS: Service technician Markus Stangeland came paddling in an rubber boat for a mission on a feed barge last week.