At the forefront of containing the pandemic, Embassy Office Parks has instituted a variety of initiatives for police personnel and healthcare workers across the country to aid them in conducting their duties in a safe and sanitary manner. With our frontline heroes overworked on a daily basis, these initiatives aimed at easing their jobs through the provision of much-needed protective equipment and other forms of support.
Open since the beginning of the lockdown at City-based Embassy offices where police personnel can receive drinking water, snacks, coffee and tea, access to first aid, sanitisers and toilets. Hydration stations are currently operational in Mumbai and Pune, and were open during the lockdown in Bengaluru, Noida and Chennai.
Mr. Bhaskar Rao
Ex Commissioner of Police,
Dr. B. R. Ravikanthe Gowda
Commissioner of Traffic
Bengaluru City Police
In keeping with ethos of caring for the communities around us, Embassy has provided dry rations and cooked food amounting to over 5.6 lakh meals to alleviate the suffering of underprivileged sections of society during and after the national and state lockdown.
3 rounds of ration distribution to 2,000 families of our 17 adopted Government Schools
Dry rations for construction workers, migrant workers, daily wage earners and their families across Embassy sites and 17 geographies across Banaglore and Bhiwandi, Maharashtra
Over 66,500 cooked meals for daily wage workers and healthcare professionals in 3 geographies in Bangalore
Ensuring the health and safety of the around 9.2 lakh students, invigilators and evaluators attending this year’s Karnataka SSLC examinations, Embassy jointly with L&T Technology Services, AXA XL Business Services, Cognizant and Cerner, provided sanitizers for every day of the exams. In Bangalore, Embassy provided dispensers, protective gloves and temperature gauges to our adopted Government Schools as well as conducted deep cleaning and sanitization of the exam halls and school grounds.
S Suresh Kumar
Minister of Primary and Secondary Education
Government of Karnataka