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The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) on Wednesday announced the launch of smart screens, signboards and real-time reports on the developments of the epidemiological situation of COVID-19 at the federal government level.
This comes as part of Ta’afi (Recovery) initiative launched in co-operation with the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority and the Ministry of Health and Prevention.
This step aims at providing a healthy and safe work environment for federal government employees and customers alike by monitoring and following up on COVID-19 employee indicators in all ministries and federal entities by linking the outputs of the Al Hosn app with the smart reporting system.
In its circular No.8 for 2022 addressed to all ministries and federal entities, the FAHR stated that it enabled all ministries and federal entities to access and extract reports and indicators related to the Ta’afi initiatives, adding that those concerned can view them through the smart reporting system BI, which falls under Bayanati – HR Management System for Federal Government.
The FAHR indicated that the smart reports and proactive indicators issued by Ta’afi show the classification of the entity at the federal government level according to the results of the percentage of infected employees and the percentage of employees vaccinated with two or more doses of any COVID-19 vaccine approved in the country.
Expressing its readiness to provide the necessary support to the federal authorities to ensure proper application of Ta’afi, the FAHR urged all federal agencies to take the necessary measures in accordance with the outputs of the initiative, which determines the rates of infection within each entity and the procedures to be followed in line with government directions and public interest.
To introduce the Ta’afi initiative, the FAHR held virtual workshops with the participation of dozens of human resources managers and officials in ministries and federal entities to explain the most prominent aspects of the initiative.
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