CBOD trains staff in technologies to support working remotely due to Covid-19 pandemic

The members of staff of the Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors (CBOD) have been taken through training in the use of technologies to support working remotely as part of health and safety measures during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Chamber, in line with the President’s directive in the wake of the coronavirus spread, suspended the physical operation of its office from 17th to 30th March 2020, subject to review.

On Wednesday, March 18, 2020, consultants Mawuli Tsikata and Safo Appiah-Oppong took the staff through using the Zoom cloud meetings and Skype applications to work from home or any remote location. These applications will enable staff to remotely conduct meetings and facilitate teamwork outside the office; sharing and working on files and documents together, among others.
BDC-members and other stakeholders are advised to access the Chamber via mobile phone, email or through the skype addresses listed below:

Senyo Hosi (CBOD, CEO)
kakra.forson (Corporate & Member Affairs Manager)
Richard Kissi CBOD (Head of Finance and Industry Operations)
Angela Osei-Badu ( HR & Administrative Manager)
Dennis Dei-Tutu (Policy & Research Manager)

The CBOD has asked its stakeholders to send all circular via email and asked its members and other Petroleum Service Providers (PSPs) to adhere to safety measures in a Covid-19 operating advice.

So far 27 Covid-19 cases have been confirmed in Ghana by the Health ministry out of which one (2) of them have died died.