By Laura Kemp • 28 March 2020 • 15:53
IN a statement released this Friday by Top Manta, they outlined that they currently make use of eight different sewing machines and their own fabrics to make ‘thousands of masks’ as they have also joined the fight against the coronavirus crisis. They have joined the likes of RobinHat de Rubi and the Sentmenant Town Hall in using their own materials to create protective gear for hospitals and medical staff.
They have conditioned their workspace to adapt to the 1.5 metre distance required between workers to ensure safety, and they have been following ‘all the rules on occupational risks derived from the coronavirus crisis,’ they have assured.
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