Salasar Techno Engineering, one of India’s largest steel manufacturing and infrastructure firms, has successfully vaccinated its 970 workers against COVID-19.
On the 12th and 19th of June, the business held two vaccination drives at its factory and office locations.
The company vaccinated 358 employees in 8 hours in its first phase and 612 more employees it’s the second phase, making the total tally reach 970 vaccinated employees.
The pandemic’s second wave had a disastrous effect on human health.
Commenting on the vaccination drive, Shashank Agarwal- MD of Salasar Techno, said, “The management at Salasar is proud of the huge turnout for the vaccination drive. Being a people-centric company, it is our responsibility to ensure the well-being of our employees, labour force and other members while they are at work. The vaccination drive is yet another initiative to make a safer work environment for its people.”
“Our corporate vaccination drives went very well under the supervision of medical experts. We will continue to take every possible initiative to aid the nation in its fight against the pandemic,” he added.
The initiative took place following all safety and hygiene protocols. In addition, to commence a safe vaccination drive, the company partnered with top-tier healthcare providers to vaccinate people with all precautionary measures.
To be a part of India’s big vaccination strategy, citizens across all age groups are voluntarily coming forward to get vaccinated. As a response to the nationwide vaccination drive, Salasar Techno commenced its in-house vaccination drive after the government’s announcement on allowing the corporates to organize vaccination at the workplace.
The effort was carried out following all safety and hygiene regulations. In addition, the firm collaborated with top-tier healthcare specialists to launch a safe immunization push that included all preventative measures.
Citizens of all ages willingly come forward to be vaccinated as part of India’s large immunization plan. Salasar Techno began an in-house vaccination effort in response to the government’s statement enabling corporations to coordinate immunization at work.