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Noida 18 March 2020: Growing footprints of the novel Coronavirus in India is making it almost mandatory for all of us to make sure that we sensitize all the people around us about the virus, its implications, and the precautions’. Delhi NCR based and nurtured SpideyManage, Apartment Management app has taken the initiative to give alcohol-based sanitizers to the guards while simultaneously sensitizing the guards at the gates of the high-rise apartments in a week-long drive.

The first week-long drive will be concentrated in 7x sectors in Noida. On the first day of the drive, SpideyManage managed to train around 60+ guards at Civitech Stadia, Dasnac and Golfcity (plot number 11) apartments in Noida. The guards were shown by the Spidey Manage team how to wash their hands and handed over them sanitizers to be used at the entry and exit to remain safe.

SpideyManage, being digital security, management/ administrative work partner at various highrises in DelhiNCR has taken the initiative keeping in mind the force they work with every day and their safety.

Mr. Bhakt Mohan Pun, Chairman, Spidey Manage says, “In a high-rise society the entry and exit gates are the spots where the influx of people and footfall is more hence the risk of virus spreading is highest if not taken seriously. The guards manning the gate are at more risk and are less aware compared to the general public at large. Since we work closely with guards and estate staff, it’s our duty as a corporate to train and aware of them simultaneously.”

Explaining the concept further, Mr Pun highlighted Highrise apartments are the high-density areas and need to be more cautious in their approach towards the Coronavirus outbreak.

The company has collated guidance or advisory especially for gated communities and is spreading the same through the app, social media, newsletters, and personal connection. The company believes it’s their responsibility to keep their patrons, customers and the general public at large conscious.

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