Corona Updates (ENGLISH)

‚ÄčLatest update: 16-10-2020

We would like to inform you about the HOBIJ COVID-19 policy updates, which possibly affect our flex workers, clients and support colleagues.

Travel policy

To guarantee your own and the safety of your colleagues and housemates, we have drawn up a number of guidelines with which we hope to offer everyone the opportunity to travel safely if necessary. Traveling to an advisable area or red travel area can have consequences.

  • Yellow travel area = Possible to travel
  • Orange travel area = Not recommended to travel
  • Red travel area = Travel is not possible

wereldkaart-02-10-2020.pngTravel advice color codes from 13-10-2020.
(Click on the image for the Dutch government website)

For more questions and answers, check our travel policy document here:


For anyone who visits HOBIJ's head quarters, these are the measures you must adhere to:


It's mandatory for everyone at the HOBIJ office in Veghel to wear a mouth mask when walking around. 

These are the regulations concerning HOBIJ cars and face masks: 


Sick? Stay at home!

Are you ill? Stay at home and contact your Job Coach or Flex Manager at HOBIJ directly for further instructions. If you have any doubts about your complaints or if one of your housemates is ill, always contact HOBIJ first to discuss the situation.

Practical issues

All our housing locations have been checked for safety. This means that all beds are at least 1.5 meters apart. Replacement locations have been sought at locations where the 1.5-meter distance is not feasible. The locations are also provided with posters, which once again describe the most important safety measures:

Protective equipment such as gloves and soap is provided at work locations.

We know that these measures are not easy, but we count greatly on your contribution! If you have any questions about the measures or the coronavirus, you can always contact your Job Coach or Flex Manager at HOBIJ.

If you come across a situation on the work floor or in an accommodation where we can do something to improve safety, then we would like to hear that.

Good luck and above all stay healthy!