Okinawa restarts production in lockdown with new Covid-19 safety guidelines
Okinawa has joined the list of other vehicle manufacturers in restarting operations and manufacturing amid the lockdown. Okinawa will adhere to the government guidelines for restarting factories or even showrooms. Only 25% of its workforce will be used in corporate office and manufacturing unit.
Necessary measures will be taken to maintain safety measures at workplace, manufacturing unit, and dealership networks. Even the products dispatched from the assemble line will be sanitized. The dealerships upon receiving this will re-sanitize before handing the keys to the customer.
Okinawa at its corporate office has made it compulsory for the employees to download Aarogya Setu app, wear gloves and use masks. Also, all the departments have a dedicated committee to ensure a standard operating procedure is followed. The HR team too is said to conduct awareness sessions daily with the employees. If anyone is not well and is at work, the company also has an ambulance on standby to take them to the nearest hospital and quarantine, if required.
Employees at the manufacturing plant will need to pass through a sanitisation tunnel before starting the manufacturing process. As for the dealerships, thermal screening is necessary for both the employees as well as customers. Recently Okinawa has supported its dealers by hiking the margin amount on per vehicle sold. The earlier commission was 8 per cent and the new one is 11 per cent.
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