Coscharis Motors Plc has disclosed that it is set to reopen its auto sale outlets and service workshops in accordance with government’s directive.
In a statement signed by the firm’s General Manager, Marketing and Corporate Communications, Abiona Babarinde, quoted its Group Managing Director, Josiah Samuel, as saying, “Coscharis Motors is set to commence operations but with the health and safety of its staff and customers as priority.”
He stated that the company decided to suspend in reopening to ensure that all necessary precautionary measures were put in place to sanitize and safeguard staff and customers.
Samuel said the steps being taken represented the highest standards possible and in line with government regulations “to keep our staff and customers safe during the approved business hours.”
The firm emphasised that the required safety measures had been put in place across all its business outlets with strict compliance to the directives of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control and the Federal Government’s recommendations on working hours.
“We are prepared to mitigate the risk of spreading contagious illnesses during service and sale transactions by reducing physical contacts to the barest minimum while ensuring social distancing where it is inevitable,” it added.
Coscharis noted that vehicle handovers and collections for services would be managed with specifically allocated time slots and staggered booking times to ensure social distancing.
“For all direct customer interaction areas such as the premise entrance, reception desks and parts and service counters, sanitizers have been provided with a social distancing notice of at least two metres away.