By the Electrical India content team
Schneider Electric is recognised around the globe as an essential business providing service continuity to critical infrastructures such as hospitals, data centres, IT networks, the temperature-controlled food supply chain, energy, transportation, water treatment and vital industries. Ensuring continuity of service, 24×7, to critical industries in all the countries and communities where Schneider Electric operates is the Group’s first responsibility and its main contribution to the fight against COVID-19. In this context, the Group is focused on maintaining operations to service critical infrastructure, in compliance with health and local government regulations. In response to the Covid-19 crisis, the Group has enhanced its existing global benefit standards (Life, Health and Family Care) for all of its employees worldwide, for the duration of the crisis. Additionally, and consistent with its sustainability commitments, Schneider Electric is actively supporting hospitals and the most vulnerable communities and participating in several other efforts including boosting the production of ventilators.
During these challenging times, Schneider Electric would like to announce the creation of a fund dedicated to COVID-19 support as part of the Schneider Electric Foundation.