During the Covid-19 outbreak, how did the company maintain consistency and keep the flow of work within the organization?

In late 2019, the Corona virus, also known as COVID-19, wreaked havoc. The world is no longer the same. Corona has impacted and modified almost every aspect of existence. This has altered how we conduct business, work, and travel, eat, communicate, learn, and shop, among other things. It has had a significant negative impact on the global economy. The epidemic has had the greatest impact on underdeveloped countries in the third world. And it’s still having an effect on the country. Everest Fashion, on the other hand, has done an excellent job of managing the flow of work within the organization because our company takes responsibility for the employees’ safety and health.

COVID-19 is believed to be spread mostly by respiratory droplets and close person-to-person contact. When a person talks, sneezes, coughs, or laughs, small droplets are emitted from the nose and mouth. When droplets from a COVID-19-infected individual land on an uninfected person’s mouth or nose, he or she may get the virus. Corona virus is a highly contagious virus. To prevent the infection from spreading, everyone in the company is required to wear masks. This aims to minimize the chance of the virus spreading.

Anyone entering through the main gate must pass through the inspection crew. They are in charge of using an infrared thermometer to check the individual’s temperature to see if they have a normal temperature. If a person’s temperature is higher than usual, he or she will be denied entry to the organization and transported to a hospital for further examination.

Germs may be found in the most unexpected places. They can make us sick by getting onto our hands and other things we contact in our daily activities. The company has placed an automatic hand sanitizer dispenser across the organization to disinfect the hands of workers and the employee.

At the end of the each month, the company provides 4 surgical masks to each worker and employee within the organization.

(For employees and workers who felt anxious and vulnerable during the initial wave of the pandemic, the company insisted on wearing face shields.)

A hot water dispenser, which maintains water hot in a tank, is placed within the company in multiple departments. so that staff may stay warm and out of the cold in the scenario of a pandemic.

On June 7, 2020, the COVID-19 emergency response program was held. Sawyer Filters were provided to workers on this day so that they may have safe drinking water in their houses. An orientation to what it was for and how to utilize it was instructed. A Sawyer filter is a 0.1 micron absolute filtration device that removes 99.99999 percent of all bacteria (including salmonella, cholera, and E. coli), 99.99999 percent of all protozoa (including giardia and cryptosporidium), and 100 percent of micro plastics. 

Complete two dosages of vaccinations that were given to the workers and the employee with the help of a professional medical team members. AstraZeneca and Vero cell vaccinations were given.