Health startups worth mentioning on this National Day for Safety Health and Work

Some health startups in India are truly a boon and blessing to mankind during this pandemic. We should support such start-ups and gain inspiration from them in view of their deeds and achievements.

As the world is battling the dreaded COVID19 pandemic crisis, there are many challenges associated with it. With the booming internet industry, innovation and technology are definitely advancing this pandemic in the healthcare care sector. 

It is very important to pave the way for this dreadful disease for normal and healthy living. There are new innovative startups that are coming up with different products and solutions to combat this epidemic and make a difference to mankind and society for large. So, let us wear the thinking caps and make this world more innovative and strong to fight against the pandemic. It is important to bring about a revolution at this stage with the medical startups which will be helping employees to stay healthy on this National Day for Safety Health and Work which falls on 28 th April 2021 

 Setting an example of great work this pandemic 

At this time, the entire world is slumped by the COVID19 pandemic. The nationwide lockdown and social distancing is hampering business. Companies are experiencing a huge impact no matter whether they are well established or not. There is an important need to relook how to work efficiently while working from home. The entire world is halted and everybody is talking about the slow lockdown and financial setbacks. In this scenario, there are few Indian startups that are growing well. With rapid growth spree and setting good examples of great teams, many startups are focused and achieving the desired growth in a multitude of segments. This is a great example for other companies of this pandemic on how to fight and survive during the lockdown period. 

The survey in Feb 2020 

A survey was conducted on how to fight and survive this pandemic. “Survival of the fittest” is the motto of the majority of the companies in this pandemic. As per the survey conducted in Feb 2021, Indian startups have prioritized growth over profitability but with the COVID19 era, these strategies have changed. 

List of Startups in India which are ensuring safety of the employees this pandemic 

Karkhana.io

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is very important especially in the case of healthcare workers. PPE kit will protect you against any health hazard that may be mechanical or chemical. PPE kit includes safety helmets, gloves, high protection eyewear, high visibility clothing, safety footwear, and Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) this pandemic season. To address the needs of healthcare workers, Karkhana.io is using various technologies to produce good quantities of PPEkit to protect the employees especially the healthcare workers during this pandemic. 

PerSapein

Sanitizing and disinfecting are very important these days to stop the spread of coronavirus. Proper sanitization is very important for the health of workers worldwide. PerSapein has come up with excellent technology for the safety of workers from the coronavirus with “Minus corona UV Bot “ to sterilize hospitals and workplaces for national safety. 

On this day, National Day for Safety, Health, and Work, it is important to look up these startups that offer great support for mankind and the safety of workers. 

 

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Dr. Rati Parwani

Dr Rati Parwani is a Practising Professional BHMS Doctor having experience of 8 years in the medical field. Her approach towards each and every patient is the utmost professional with high standards of practice. She has nurtured her writing skills and proves it as an asset to her professionalism. She has experience in content writing and likes her writing ethical and scientific-based.

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