TSMC announced that it will "work in red and blue groups" to improve the epidemic prevention level of the plant

In response to the recent new crown epidemic, TSMC, a leading semiconductor company, took the lead in internally announcing on April 1 that it would raise the epidemic prevention level. An indicator factory for the dynamics of epidemic prevention measures. The industry expects that major technology manufacturers will follow up in the future to ensure uninterrupted production and operations in the factory area.

TSMC confirmed that the plant's epidemic prevention has been deployed ahead of schedule, and it will start grouping and diversion from the early morning of this (2) day, as well as policies such as home/remote office. TSMC previously launched the home/telecommuting policy in May 2021 and January this year; now it plans to restart group diversion and home/remote office methods to deal with the epidemic.

TSMC's "red and blue army" work in groups, and employees in each department need to be divided into two groups: red and blue. In addition to the support of employees in each department working in different places, the public space and parking location moving lines are also divided into different diversions to ensure the movement of the two groups of employees. will not overlap.

Industry insiders pointed out that although the majority of people infected with the new crown have mild symptoms, according to the latest official measures such as confirmed/contact home isolation, the contact tracing control is home isolation to ten days after the date of the last contact with the confirmed case and home isolation. After the expiration of the seven-day self-health management.

TSMC has also enabled the "group operation" model, and each organization implements grouping and diversion according to the plan. Except for special circumstances, the entire company suspends the entry of guests and visitors into the factory; employees and personnel of manufacturers holding long-term work permits should avoid moving across regions, and move according to grouping and flow planning.

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