Expatriate Workers Education Campaign launched by the HR Ministry. The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development, in cooperation with a number of government agencies, is leading a campaign to educate foreign workers about the need to follow health protocols at workplaces and their lifestyle to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus emerging.
Expatriate Workers Education Campaign launched by the HR Ministry
An official source at the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development stated that, based on the leadership’s keenness on the health and safety of citizens and residents, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development launched a field campaign in cooperation with a number of government agencies, including the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Interior, and the Ministry of Information, And the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Transport, the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs, the Ministry of Commerce, and a number of supporting bodies to educate expatriate workers on the need to follow health protocols in their way of life, inside and outside the workplace, to limit the spread of the emerging Coronavirus as a benefit (19). The efforts varied between field awareness in the workplace and its gatherings, and the exploitation of direct messages and social media.
What is this campaign focused on?
The campaign aims to raise awareness of employment, to communicate preventive information from the emerging coronavirus (COVID19) to expatriates in their workplaces and presence, according to the statistics collected, and not to be satisfied with social media in reaching all groups.
The campaign, which starts in three phases, includes both the employment, the owners of the establishments, and the community, where those responsible for it aim to achieve compliance of the personnel of the preventive measures, motivate the employers to assume their responsibilities in the commitment of the labor to the preventive measures, and confirm the necessity of disclosure in the event of any cases, and in the case of Symptoms follow the guidelines according to the Ministry of Health.
The Ministry also aspires to benefit from the services of volunteers in the campaign, and invest in the monitoring and inspection tours carried out by field inspectors to reach more than 60% of the workforce present in the Kingdom, and educate them on how to prevent the emergence of the emerging coronavirus.
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