Bhubaneswar: In view of the Coronavirus endemic (COVID19), corporate houses have taken precautions and made several arrangements in order to protect their employees. India’s leading steel manufacturer, Jindal Steel and Power Limited (JSPL) has made several arrangements to prevent the coronavirus spread inside their facilities and ensure that its employees, and their families, are safe, secure, and well-protected. The company has ensured that each and every employee is screened for body temperatures, and thermal scanners have been employed for the same. This facility is available across all JSPL centres and facilities in the country.
According to a press release issued by the company’s Jindal Centre head office, hand sanitizers have been made available in all its offices and facilities to make sure that employees maintain the highest standards of hygiene. Face masks have been made available to all the employees. A team of specialist doctors is monitoring and overseeing the preventive arrangements being put in place.
JSPL Chairman Naveen Jindal said that “employees have a key role in running the business”, and “their well-being and good health is a top priority for us”.
“As per the instructions and guidelines of the Union Government, the JSPL family is undertaking all possible measures to contain the spread of coronavirus,” he added.
As a precautionary measure, outsiders entering company facilities and offices are being scanned for body temperatures. Large gatherings have been prohibited at JSPL centres for the time being. Also, a team of specialist doctors led by Dr Gurusharan Singh is also conducting training and counselling sessions for the employees.
Meanwhile, the Local community living in the vicinity of business locations of JSPL across India are being sensitized, by JSPL Foundation, on prevention of Covid-19 through messaging, social media, postering and audio-visuals as per government-issued advisory. Social distancing, hand washing and related personal hygiene as well as reporting to the nearest hospital on having symptoms of flu, cold and fever have been emphasized in the community awareness programmes. No physical meetings are being conducted to ensure social distancing.