Kuching Community College publishes SOP guideline book for staff, students

Sarawak Federal Secretary Mohd Shahabuddin Omar (Center) together with Kuching Community College director Suharyati Sulaiman (left) and Kuching Community College Mohd. Azrin Ramly (right) giving the Covid-19 prevention SOP book a thumbs-up during the launching ceremony.

KUCHING, July 17: Kuching Community College today strengthened its commitment to curb the spread of Covid-19 with the launch of its Covid-19 standard operating procedure (SOP) prevention book.

Sarawak Federal Secretary Mohd Shahabuddin Omar said the this a proactive action taken by the Kuching Community College shows that they care about the well-being of their staff and students.

“I am confident that with the launch of this guideline book by Kuching Community College, it has become the main reference for its management and staff since the government services has been allowed to resume operation after the Movement Control Order (MCO) period,” he said during the launching ceremony of Community College Kuching Covid-19 prevention SOP e-book, held at Kuching Community College multipurpose hall today.

Shahabuddin added he is confident that with the adherence to the SOP among the college staff and students, it will lead to a success to break the Covid-19 chain from spreading among the local community.

Meanwhile, Kuching Community College director Suharyati Sulaiman said that Covid-19 prevention SOP book is also published digitally (e-book) to enable the college staff and students an easy access to it.

Apart from that, she said, the SOP is also recorded in video format to make it easier for the students and staff to understand.

“Knowing the importance of Covid-19 prevention, Kuching Community College also implemented the usage of MySejahtera apps as one of the important instruments to monitor the pandemic spread among the staff and students,” she said.

She also reminded the college staff and students to always comply with the Ministry of Health (MoH) and the National Security Council (MKN) advises.—DayakDaily