Vodafone India today said its initiative 'Project Comfort' has been extended to the digital platform with the launch of Vodafone Comfort point map on International Women's Day.
The digitisation of Vodafone 'Project Comfort' has been undertaken with a twin objective of easing access to safe and hygienic washroom facilities for women employees at Vodafone office, retail outlets and field jobs across the states of Punjab, Himachal and Jammu and Kashmir and facilitating feedback mechanism from them, said a company release.
The digital platform enables mapping all washrooms available near distributer points and retail outlets, visible only to women employees on Google Maps.
Arvind Nevatia, Business Head - Punjab, HP and J&K, Vodafone India, said, "Vodafone distributors in various parts of Punjab, HP and J&K have been roped in Project Comfort to ensure there is a toilet close by for all our women field employees. Cleanliness parameters have been specified for each toilet to adhere to".
Digitising 'Project Comfort' is a step forward and provides more visibility and ease of access to these comfort points at the fingertip.
"As on date, we have collected data on current comfort points and all identified points have been tagged on google maps. Women employees in the circle have been given access to the Vodafone Comfort point map and have been requested to rate the comfort points on a scale of one to five based on hygiene and safety of the facility on an ongoing basis," he said.
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