Study session on 'Co-op Infectious Disease Guidelines' held


On December 8th, the Osaka Prefecture Consumers' Co-operative Union held an online study session on "Co-op Infectious Disease Guideline" with the participation of 25 BCP officers from its member co-ops. Resource persons were drawn from JCCU, Osaka Izumi Co-op, and Co-op Kobe to report on the situation, response, guidelines, and manuals for the COVID-19 epidemic. Business Continuity Planning (BCP) is the process involved in creating a system of prevention and recovery from potential threats to an organization.

The representative from JCCU gave a presentation on the draft guidelines for infectious disease in Co-op, explaining the infection status of co-op staff nationwide, the main points of the guidelines, and the reference books. Osaka Izumi Co-op explained the making process and the main points of the newly formulated infectious disease BCP guide including a case study of how to deal with a staff that tested positive. Co-op Kobe's representative also explained the response to the COVID-19 infection in the response to the requests from the local government and the main points in the guideline used in the stores and the home delivery centers.

After the report, participants shared information and exchanged opinions.


From the left, Draft Guidelines for Infectious Disease  In Co-op, Infectious Disease BCP Formulation Process, Co-op Kobe_COVID-19 Infectious Disease Response

tags: BCP, guideline, infectious disease