Webinar on the UNIDO guidelines for re-activation of the Colombian auto industry
The webinar organized on 22 April focuses on the protection of workers and how to reduce the risk of COVID-19 contagion with a focus on the automotive industry. It will be delivered by Dr. David Olaya - environmental and sanitary engineer in cooperation with UNIDO automotive industry experts.
This webinar is being conducted within the framework of a project that supports the competitiveness of Colombian auto parts manufacturers - a collaboration between UNIDO, the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism of Colombia (MINCIT), and the “Colombia Productiva” initiative.
This webinar series introduce the UNIDO guidelines developed for the Colombian automotive industry to ensure that companies, which will restart production, do so by applying all possible measures to prevent contagion and protect the health of workers and customers, and ultimately ensure business continuity. The measures presented in the guide and the corresponding webinar series are based on good organizational practices and recommendations issued by health and business-related authorities and organizations, that seek to support decision-making regarding the adjustments that have to be made during the industrial reactivation process. The guidelines touch upon topics such as hygiene and safety at workplace, quality assurance in times of reduced operations or working capital calculations for restarting production.
Webinars are held between 15 April 2020 and 30 June 2020 in Spanish.
For more information on the project, please contact:
Mr. Fabio Russo: F.Russo [at] unido.org
Mr. Juan Pablo Diaz Castillo: J.Diaz-Castillo [at] unido.org
Mr. Stefan Kratzsch: S.Kratzsch [at] unido.org