Coronavirus impact: Bharat Forge re-opens its Baramati plant
Bharat Forge has announced that it is gearing up for partial operations at the plant in Baramati while adhering to the guidelines set by the Ministry of Home Affairs and also taking permission from the local district authority (MIDC, Baramati).
The company is commencing operations in a phased manner and production can be expected by the end of the week. A complete routine check-up of employees will take place to ensure safety and protection and there will be training sessions for the employees to practice physical distancing and hygiene.
The training module includes mandatory self-declaration of good health before joining work and regular updates through the Aarogya Setu App. All employees must wear face masks and regular sanitisation of personal items is mandatory. The workplace, official vehicles and even buses will be sanitised after each trip.
These precautions are taken in the best interest of the employees so as to protect them from any infection of the deadly Coronavirus. The company will closely monitor the situation and take further steps accordingly. Meanwhile, other manufacturing plants across the country will remain closed until further notice.
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