“These guidelines are in the form of a booklet which consolidates all important measures into a ready reckoner of action points to make the workplace safe,” ESIC said in a statement.
According to the statement, these guidelines are about the structural and administrative measures and human resource policies that can be used to control the spread of Covid-19 at the workplace.
“Guidance for the assessment, categorization and mitigation of risk related to varied work related exposures to Covid-19 and contingency plan has also been provided in the guidelines,” it said.
Releasing the booklet on Tuesday, labour minister Santosh Gangwar urged the business community and workforce to follow the guidelines to stop the spread of Covid-19 pandemic and maintain the continuity of the business activities.
Health minister Harsh Vardhan emphasised upon the need of maintaining the social distancing at workplaces and to follow the safety guidelines issued by his ministry from time to time.
“He urged industries and establishments to adhere to the safety guidelines issued and to make necessary modifications/changes at workplaces and process accordingly to maintain continuity in business activities with keeping workforce safe,” the statement said.