TSMC bans non-core suppliers from entering factories to reduce the impact of the epidemic

In order to minimize the risk of new crown pneumonia infection, TSMC has adopted a series of new measures, including reducing face-to-face contacts between operating teams and prohibiting non-core suppliers from entering TSMC.

According to a TSMC statement, TSMC’s employees and suppliers must avoid moving between factories and offices in Hsinchu, Taichung, and Tainan, that is, to reduce the flow of personnel across factories. All employees, suppliers, and contractors should follow the “independent team” work model.

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In addition, TSMC also restricts “face-to-face” meetings and prioritizes remote connections, if it is unavoidable, only necessary personnel can participate, and a social distance of 1 meter is maintained. Recently, the new crown pneumonia epidemic in Taiwan, China has continued to ferment. In addition to TSMC, MediaTek and Hon Hai Group have all taken measures to actively respond.

Hon Hai Group launched the new ten major epidemic prevention measures last Friday, including the implementation of hierarchical distribution and grid management, each business group adopts grouping, divisional work control, or homework control according to the epidemic situation assessment of the plant area, prohibits gatherings of more than five people The meeting adopts video method and so on.

MediaTek announced yesterday that employees working in Taipei and their main residence in the Shuangbei area will all work from home; employees in the Hsinchu area will adopt hierarchical and diversion measures to protect the safety of employees and their belongings.

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