Measures at 657 Oslo (eng)
In Oslo, home office is required as far as it’s practically possible.
The employer must ensure that employees work from home as far as it’s practically possible, and must be able to document that notice of how this is to be carried out in the company, has been given to their employees.
The employer must consider what is practically possible in the workplace. In the assessment, it’s not relevant that home office is impractical, or that everyday work isn’t optimal. It’s also not the case that one can have a practice where all employees who do not use public transport can go to work.
All visitors at 657 Oslo register their arrival via QR code, SMS or app. I’m Here stores the information for 14 days, or as long as required by local regulations. The visitor registration follows GDPR, and I’m Here uses a clear and distinct data processor agreement.
We carry out extra cleaning at all touch points such as door handles, light switches, dispensers, toilets, handrails, meeting rooms and kitchen surfaces. We are actively working to provide hand sanitisers in our common areas. Keep your hands clean with soap, and use the hand sanitisers provided.
Meeting rooms and common areas
It’s recommended not to conduct major physical meetings, and that you avoid the use of common areas as far as possible. Meetings should be carried out online. External users should not be invited to the property. 657 Oslo assesses the use of the common areas on an ongoing basis, and otherwise follows recommendations from the health authorities.