Doha; The Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs (MADLSA) has explained the terms and conditions required for the issuance of permit for transporting workers from the Industrial Area to the project sites.
The issuance of the permit is part of the State’s preventive and precautionary measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 for the gradual reopening of the Industrial Area.
As per the conditions, a commitment letter with signature and stamp from the company seeking permit for transporting workers from and to Industrial Area for project site is required, the Ministry said in a tweet. List of the vehicles with number plates, driving licenses of the drivers and number of the workers are required for the permit. A copy of the project contract is also needed. The accommodation of the company in the Industrial Area and project site will undergo inspection. The Ministry will cancel the permit if the company is found violating the terms and conditions.
For further information, companies can call on hotline of the Ministry at 40280660 or communicate through email [email protected]
Under gradual reopening of the Industrial Area, companies are allowed to return to all their commercial and industrial activities and to transfer workers and equipment outside the Industrial Area by submitting an application to the Ministry of Commerce and Industry for an entry permit.
For requests for material and equipment transportation, an application should be submitted via the website of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry os.moci.gov.qa/permit or the hotline 2345130 and an approval will be issued within 48 hours. Employment transfer requests should be referred to the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs to check and ensure the requirements for issuing permits are met.
The company’s commitment to health, housing and workplace requirements will be evaluated. In case of any violation of these conditions, the company will be penalized, and the transfer permit will be suspended until the conditions are settled.