Coronavirus: Instruction for suppliers
Following the latest development of the epidemiological situation, Slovenské elektrárne, a.s. (SE) requires strict adherence to measures to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, which also affect all suppliers and persons entering the SE premises.
Slovenské elektrárne takes these measures to protect the health of all persons in the SE premises, prevent damage and ensure the continuity of electricity and heat production. The current situation is unprecedented and its deterioration can only be prevented by the concerted collective efforts of all.
The body temperature is measured at the entrances to the SE premises for all entrants. Slovenské elektrárne asks all suppliers to inform all persons through whom you provide us your services that if someone's temperature is higher than 37.5 ° C or have other symptoms (dry cough, shortness of breath), we will not allow them to enter our premises.
Wear face masks, keep distance, wash hands
You can enter and move in the premises and workplaces of the SE only behind a properly fitted face mask, covering the mouth and nose. We ask you to minimize social contacts and keep the minimum 2 metre distance between people. We remind strict adherence to hygiene measures, especially frequent and thorough hand washing and the use of hand disinfectants (eg when entering the SE – before and after using the biometric sensor, at the entrances to canteens, cafeterias and other SE areas where such disinfectants are located).
Restrictions on travel between SE sites
If your contractual relationship requires journeys between SE sites, we would like to ask you, as far as possible, to limit journeys between SE sites to the minimum necessary, if you consider such a journey between sites for the purposes of fulfilling your contractual obligations necessary, consult the relevant contract manager on behalf of the SE.
We ask you to comply with all ordered measures and recommendations of the Public Health Office of the Slovak Republic (ÚVZ SR), also published on the website www.uvzsr.sk.
Workers from abroad
Workers coming to SE from the EU, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, the UK or Switzerland will be admitted, in accordance with Decree No 26 of the Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic of 24 November 2020, only after completing the mandatory period of isolation or after presenting the negative result of an RT-PCR test taken in the Slovak Republic no earlier than the fifth day after crossing the national border, or the result of a test conducted in a laboratory outside the territory of the Slovak Republic no earlier than 72 hours before the moment of crossing the border. You are required to submit a list of any affected workers in advance to the competent contract manager at SE. Under the decree, this requirement does not apply to persons who have permanent or temporary residence in the territory of the Slovak Republic and who are citizens of the countries listed above who had COVID-19 in the three months before entering the territory of the Slovak Republic and who are able to prove this when entering the territory of the Slovak Republic (and SE) with documentation under Annex 3 of the aforementioned decree.
Workers coming to SE from countries other than those in the previous paragraph will be admitted, in accordance with Decree No 26 of the Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic of 24 November 2020 after completing the mandatory period of isolation at home or in a quarantine accommodation facility ending with receipt of a negative result of an RT-PCR test for COVID-19. Such workers are therefore obliged to present a negative result from an RT-PCR test taken in the Slovak Republic. You are required to submit a list of any affected workers in advance to the competent contract manager at SE.
The applicable decrees of the Public Health Authority can be found here.
We ask all suppliers to respect the adopted measures and to follow them, as in accordance with Slovak law, everyone is obliged to act in such a way that there is no damage to health, property, nature and the environment. At the same time, we ask that you plan your contractual obligations also in the light of measures against the spread of COVID-19 and the obligation to prevent damage.