Health Camps - Srijan Realty

Health Camps

A construction worker undergoing ECG @ the Health Camp
A Construction worker undergoing eye test

Greenfield City, 6 April, 2019 Srijan Realty in association with iKure organised a free Health Check-up Camp for the construction workers at Greenfield City project site. The camp aimed to identify and meet the health and wellness requirements of low-income workers who are often not able to access basic health care facilities.

“The General Health and Eye Check-up camp was organised to spread awareness among the workers about the benefits of good health. Free health checkups, doctor advice, medicines and spectacles were provided to all the construction workers at the site,” said Mr Rajiv Agarwal, Associate Vice President, Commercial – Srijan Realty.

Many of these workers have health issues and don’t get the time or opportunity to see a doctor. As a developer we are committed to the health and well being of our workforce and have been doing such screening camps at our different sites from time to time,” informed Mr Vinod Agarwal, Director – Srijan Realty.

Around 350 workers were screened on the 4th and 5th of April, 2019. Basic vitals like Height, Weight, Pulse Rate, Oxygen Saturation and Random Blood Sugar was checked for all the workers. After the General Physician consultation the screened patients were sent for ECG or Eye Screening as per requirement. Free medicines and spectacles were also provided to the workers.

Construction workers at any real-estate site are the main workforce for successful completion of the project. Though they are the main work force but they get limited facilities from their contractors for the job they are hired.

Srijan decided to conducted health screening camps and eye camps for the labour force as healthy workforce can help in better productivity.

  • Screening was done for Blood Pressure, Random Blood Sugar, Height , Weight and Pulse.
  • Basic medicines was also provided.
  • Eye Check-up was also conducted and free spectacles were provided to the workers with sight problem.

Health Camps

Greenfield City | 6 April, 2019

Srijan Realty in association with iKure organised a free Health Check-up Camp for the construction workers at Greenfield City project site. The camp aimed to identify and meet the health and wellness requirements of low-income workers who are often not able to access basic health care facilities.

“The General Health and Eye Check-up camp was organised to spread awareness among the workers about the benefits of good health. Free health checkups, doctor advice, medicines and spectacles were provided to all the construction workers at the site,” said Mr Rajiv Agarwal, Associate Vice President, Commercial – Srijan Realty.

Free Health Camp for Workers

“Many of these workers have health issues and don’t get the time or opportunity to see a doctor. As a developer we are committed to the health and well being of our workforce and have been doing such screening camps at our different sites from time to time,” informed Mr Vinod Agarwal, Director – Srijan Realty.

Around 350 workers were screened on the 4th and 5th of April, 2019. Basic vitals like Height, Weight, Pulse Rate, Oxygen Saturation and Random Blood Sugar was checked for all the workers. After the General Physician consultation the screened patients were sent for ECG or Eye Screening as per requirement. Free medicines and spectacles were also provided to the workers.

Improving Workers Livelihood

Construction workers at any real-estate site are the main workforce for successful completion of the project. Though they are the main work force but they get limited facilities from their contractors for the job they are hired.

Srijan decided to conducted health screening camps and eye camps for the labour force as healthy workforce can help in better productivity.

  • Screening was done for Blood Pressure, Random Blood Sugar, Height , Weight and Pulse.
  • Basic medicines was also provided.
  • Eye Check-up was also conducted and free spectacles were provided to the workers with sight problem.

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