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Advantage Club launches Fight-Covid programme

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The programme is aimed to ensure safety of employees of an organisation. It includes installation of sanitisation chambers, workplace fumigation, COVID tests for employees

Organisations all over India are preparing to bring their workforce back into their offices and resume operations normally post this lockdown. For that to happen, everyone must ensure the safety of employees at their workspace. Advantage Club has come up with an action plan for organisations and firms to make their workplace safe and ready for operation post lockdown. The company will be providing B2B services to organisations to prevent the spread of COVID-19. 

Advantage Club’s Fight-Covid programme is aimed to ensure the safety of the employees of an organisation. It includes installation of sanitisation chambers, workplace fumigation, COVID tests for employees, discounts on various wellness and delivery providers, procuring PPE kits, and free online doctor consultation for the employees. 

Sourabh Deorah, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Advantage Club laid down the salient features of the new strategy post-COVID-19. “We want to ensure a working environment in the offices that is completely safe, disinfected, and sanitised. The same goes for the office goers. With the help of sanitisation chambers, regular fumigation, and readily available PPE kits, such a goal can be achieved. Through our Fight-Covid programme, organisations will be able to eliminate any associated risks. It is vital that companies resume their operations not just quickly, but safely as well.”

Advantage Club has also introduced health insurance for companies to provide to their employees, in association with prominent partner broker firms. The company has also launched COVID-19 insurance through which organisations can help their employees specifically for the coronavirus pandemic. Health insurance has also been mandated by the government for all the firms resuming operations after the lockdown.

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