Date: 28th May 2020
Time: 11.30 AM - 12.30 AM
*No participation fees!
Our country invoked the provisions of the Disaster Management Act 2005 and placed the country under a strict lockdown since March 25, 2020, in response to managing the global crisis – COVID19 pandemic. Though within 3 months the number of positive cases reached 1.8 million, remarkably, we were able to manage it since lockdown was strictly enforced throughout the country with the objectives:
- To contain the spread of corona disease
- To flatten the curve to restrict the pandemic
- To reduce the growth rate of new cases
Each one of us followed the guidelines of Central as well as State government to meet the objective. Responding to lockdown meant establishing response mechanisms to ensure the health and safety of the everybody we interact with, use of PPEs, repetitive hand washing, entry-exit rules, transportation & travel restrictions etc. The guidelines which kept changing with every extension of lockdown were practised in real-time to control the spread of the virus by all means.
Though the various measures enforced during lockdown have been effective in managing the situation considering the sheer population of our country, it has immeasurably impacted the economy of the country and livelihood of the people. Most of the businesses have been anxious about restarting the operations as industrial cities like Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru; Chennai etc. had come to a total standstill. During this unprecedented situation, everyone has been pondering over various issues such as compliance with various COVID related guidelines availability of manpower, customer retention, finances, supply chain etc.
In the Post COVID19 situation we are going to witness a new normal – a new way of functioning whether at homes, at workplace and outside interactions. While everyone is quite hopeful of starting their work i.e. getting back in business again, factors such as the continued extension of lockdowns and mass migration of workforce to their hometowns with no immediate return insight have thrown a new set of challenges.
Against the above backdrop, Vedzen Consulting is organising a webinar on “Restarting the organisation in post COVID19 times” to help you understand the following:
- Lockdown 1,2,3 and 4 and guidelines of MHA & GOM regarding starting of Industries in Pune
- The current position regarding starting of Industries at Pune under Lockdown 4
- Containment zone, Buffer zone and microclusters
- Obligations of Industries while restarting
- Detection of Covid19 at workplace & its guidelines
- Payment of Salaries to employees during lockdown; Directions of MHA and current position
Mr HP Srivastava
HR Head at Oriental Rubber Industries, Pune
Vice-Chairman at DCCIA, Pune
Mr Yogesh Vaghani
CMD & Sr Principal Practitioner at Vedzen Consulting Group, Pune
To register, click here!