De 1500 ansatte i Laerdal-konsernet slipper likevel å redusere arbeidstiden til fire dagers uke og gå ned i lønn. Årsaken er flere nye kontrakter de siste ukene.
– Vi er glade for at vi slipper på effektuere permitteringsvarslene som vi sendte ut for to uker siden, sier eier og daglig leder Tore Lærdal i Laerdal Medical til Aftenbladet.
Begrunnelsen for permitteringsvarslene den 3. juni var covid-19 og dermed «betydelig overkapasitet og fallende inntjening» framover.
Les hele saken HER.
An idea from a Norwegian oil engineer will help the Nordic country double the number of respirators in its hospitals to treat covid-19 patients.
The emergency respirator was developed in only three weeks and production is due to start imminently, Prime Minister Erna Solberg said at a press conference on Tuesday. Norway currently has less than 700 such machines.
Engineer and entrepreneur Eivind Gransaether came up with the idea, which was then developed by the Norwegian Defense Research Institute and private businesses Laerdal Medical AS and Servi AS. The Norwegian government has guaranteed funding for the project and ordered 1,000 respirators, some of which might ultimately be exported.
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