Workers of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Serbia (FCA) will return to work on Tuesday, July 7, when the production of Fiat 500L in two shifts will continue.
As the agency was told Beta in the Independent Trade Union of the factory in Kragujevac, FCA employees have been on paid leave since March 16 and it has been extended several times, and the last time until Friday, July 3.
As they stated in that union, the so-called “start-up” or preparations for starting production will begin on Monday, July 6, and on that day, most workers of the first and second shifts will be hired, who will work for four hours each.
From Tuesday, July 7, the production of the Fiat 500L in two shifts will be restarted. The vice president of the Independent Trade Union FCA in Kragujevac, Nebojsa Mandaric, told the Beta agency that all protective measures have been prepared in order to prevent the spread of the corona virus.
As he said, the body temperature of the workers will be measured at the entrance to the factory with thermal cameras and disinfection barriers have been set up.
He added that each worker will receive two protective masks, a pair of gloves and goggles at the entrance. Dispensers with disinfectants have been provided, and the recommended distance between employees will be respected at the workplace.