From April 28, the French manufacturer Renault will be able to reopen the doors of its Flins factory, which has assembled the electric ZOE since its launch in 2012. But sanitary measures must be strictly observed, the coronavirus pandemic requires.
After Toyota, it's time for Renault. The Japanese manufacturer has recently relaunched the activities of its production plant based in Onnaing, near Valenciennes, closely followed by the aforementioned tricolor, whose Flins site (Yvelines), where the electric ZOE is assembled, will also again welcoming employees. And this from April 28, we learn in the columns of Figaro.
A strict health protocol
By mid-May, eight other factories of the group should follow suit, while those of Cléon (Seine-Maritime), Le Mans (Sarthe), Choisy-le-Roi (Val-de-Marne), specialized in the design of engines, chassis and spare parts, are already on the warpath, as the French daily specifies. However, this gradual recovery will take place under certain conditions, in order to comply with the exceptional measures linked to this coronavirus pandemic.
The CFDT of the Flins factory has in fact unveiled the health protocol to be respected to the letter, relays for its part La Croix. On the program: professional distance of one meter on the production lines, compulsory protective equipment, lunch at the " spaces separated by plexiglass windows ", Or even favor cold meals for" prevent everyone from handling the same appliances "
Also, employees should ideally avoid carpooling to get to their workplace, while taking their temperature upstream. Thermal cameras will even be installed at the entrance to sites to take the temperature of drivers and passengers " Finally, the occupancy rate of the company's buses will be around 50%, the maximum.
So many measures that employees – between 25 and 30% next week – will have to adopt at all costs.
Sources: Figaro, The cross