Safety procedures at the premises of Sunda Ghana Limited, producers of Kleesoft range of products has been boosted with strict adherence to health directives in a bid to curtail the spread of the coronavirus in Ghana.
Ghana has so far recorded 132 cases of the disease with three deaths and one recovery.
Addressing journalists during a tour of the company’s factories at Kasoa, the Managing Director of Sunda Ghana, Victor Zhang, said management of the Chinese-owned company decided to take proactive measures after careful analysis of the spread of the disease globally.
He said the company has thus acquired and made available enough Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) and hand sanitizers for all its workers.
“When coronavirus hit some European countries, we knew it could hit Africa too, that is why we decided to reinforce our safety mechanisms within our premises to protect workers and visitors.”
Mr. Zhang said employees have been sensitized to understand and abide by all the health protocols such as regular hand-washing and the use of sanitizers which is intended to prevent the spread of the virus.
Local Safety Supervisor, Bright Bokor, said Sunda is fully committed to investing in products and services to guarantee the health and safety of Ghanaians.
He said the company, being one of the successful examples of government’s One District One Factory (1D1F) programme, now employs over 3,000 workers nationwide.
Source: Citi Business News