KARACHI: To meet frontline workers’ health and safety needs during these times, Midas Safety, the world’s largest manufacturer and supplier of gloves and PPE, donated 2.5 million medical gloves to the government. The initiative has been taken to support the country’s efforts to curb the COVID-19 outbreak, which has overwhelmed the healthcare sector in Pakistan.
Highlighting the efforts, Hussain Kassam, CEO (Chief Executive Officer), Midas Safety, said, “Two containers of disposable gloves for healthcare workers in the South and North of Pakistan each were handed over to the Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah, by the officials of Midas Safety Pakistan. This is in addition to the various corporate social responsibility activities carried out by us, including donations to the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and the Indus Hospital.”
He further emphasized on the additional safety measures taken by Midas Safety. “In line with our commitment to protecting the working hands of the world, now and in the future, we partner with globally renowned Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) brands and extend our pledge to provide consistent quality, innovative solutions, and a wide range of products covering most segments of hand protection.”
Midas Safety is working tirelessly to ensure that much-needed safety products and PPEs are available to customers worldwide. We support the commitment to the strategic roadmap laid out by Prime Minister Imran Khan and respective provincial ministries.
At Midas, we care deeply for the people, and our associates are reputed due to the sustainability initiatives taken at the company, which contributes to the communities, healthcare, education, and employee welfare. We believe we have an essential role to play during the COVID-19 crisis, they added.