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    SKN Government HR Department Resumes Operations After Temporary Mold Shutdown

    The Government Headquarters’ Human Resource Management Department (HRMD) has been given the go-ahead to start operating at full capacity again right now.

    Employees and stakeholders will once again have access to all services that were momentarily halted.

    Following the implementation of several preventative measures, such as the temporary closure and thorough cleaning of all HRMD offices, this decision was made.

    In order to guarantee that the highest criteria of safety and cleanliness were fulfilled, an efficacy test was also carried out after the cleanup.

    Thelma Richard, Head of the Civil Service, expressed her sincere gratitude to all parties involved in the quick and effective reaction to the thorough cleaning procedure.

    She expressed her gratitude in particular to the HRMD employees, who have shown remarkable fortitude and dedication to their work in less-than-ideal conditions.

    “We are deeply grateful to the committed employees of the HRMD, who have demonstrated remarkable commitment and expertise in spite of difficult circumstances,” Ms. Richard stated. “Their efforts have been crucial in ensuring the health and safety of our employees were prioritized at every step, along with the invaluable support from the team at the St. Kitts and Nevis Bureau of Standards (SKNBS) Multi-Purpose Laboratory; the Ministry of Health; First Choice Refrigeration, and Advanced Business Maintenance Systems (AMBS).”

    According to Ms. Richard, the government of St. Kitts and Nevis will continue to place the health and welfare of its employees and inhabitants as its top objectives.

    “As we return to full operations, we continue to prioritize the health and safety of our employees and the communities we serve by being vigilant in adhering to our protocols.” The head of the Civil Service continued, “We are positive that the actions taken have increased our resilience and preparedness for any future crises.

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