NHOA & Free2Move eSolutions: Green Pass for entry to offices, to protect employees and families


Milan, 4 August 2021 – In line with the Confindustria proposal to the Italian Government and the indications of the Technical & Scientific Committee on the Green Pass as an essential tool to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, from 1 October 2021 entry to NHOA and Free2Move eSolutions will only be granted to holders of the green pass.

“The decision to make the Green Pass mandatory is an act of duty to our people, to their families and to society as a whole,” said Carlalberto Guglielminotti, CEO of the NHOA Group. “As entrepreneurs, we have a duty to make a contribution to the community, by fostering the most advanced methods of combating the pandemic. These are the only way to ensure the continuity of manufacturing around the world.”

“Protecting all our employees by applying prevention and safety protocols in our offices,” noted Roberto Di Stefano, CEO of Free2Move eSolutions, “serves as proof of this organisation’s civic responsibility. The aim of this latest decision is to make our contribution to definitively overcoming the issue that still dogs us all.” 

The two companies’ decision forms part of the FamilyWorking programme (nhoa.energy/familyWorking), adopted by NHOA – then Engie EPS – in the early stages of the pandemic. Free2Move eSolutions signed up to the programme as soon as it was established, with the aim of protecting the health of its employees and their families.
FamilyWorking permanently made it no longer mandatory to attend the office. It also guarantees maximum safety to employees who decide to work on-site, based on specially redesigned offices and the adoption of protocols agreed together with H San Raffaele Resnati, part of the San Donato Group, our occupational medicine partner.

“We are delighted to assist NHOA and Free2Move eSolutions in this decision to take responsibility, aimed at protecting the health of its employees and therefore their households. Since the early stages of the pandemic, Resnati has been working alongside companies to lay down safe and effective protocols,” said Alberto Nughedu, CEO of H San Raffaele Resnati.

Only granting access to the NHOA and Free2Move eSolutions offices in Milan, Turin and Valtellina to holders of the Green Pass is a major new tool to protect employees, and is an opportunity to promote public health by giving a boost to the vaccination campaign.
From 1 September onwards, both companies will only be inviting their employees to work if they hold the Green Pass. To make sure everyone can complete the vaccination cycle, checks will only be carried out from 1 October, after Resnati publishes the latest version of their health protocol.