COVID-19: Brakes start to come off for Brembo

Published:  28 April, 2020

 This morning in Italy (Tuesday 28 April), Brembo has resumed some activities in its Curno, Mapello and Sellero plants. Operations were temporarily suspended on 16 March, due to the COVID-19 emergency.

The decision to restart was taken in line with the recent lockdown easing provisions made by the Italian Government.

While its plants were closed, Brembo focused on implementing and reinforcing safety measures, following instructions from authorities. This included disinfecting all working environments. Meanwhile, staff will be wearing protective masks throughout each day going forward. In addition, at every entrance, employees will have their body temperature measured before entering the workplace.

Brembo will also be putting a limit on numbers both in the workplace and in public areas.

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