Staying COVID-19 Secure in 2022
We confirm we are in compliance with the Government’s guidance on managing the risk of COVID-19
Five steps to safer working together…
- We carry out COVID-19 risk assessments and shared the results with the people who work on our sites.
- We have cleaning, handwashing and hygiene procedures in line with guidance.
- We take all reasonable steps to help people work safety from a COVID-19 secure workplace or work from home.
- We take all reasonable steps to maintain a 2m distance in the workplace.
- Where people cannot be 2m apart, we ensure at least a 1m distance and take all the mitigating actions possible to manage transmission risk.
Our risk assessments are posted on our company intranet and are available within each of our regional offices. These assessments coincide with extensive re-occupation plans covering all aspects of building safety. We have engaged with our people through a detailed re-induction process.
We have implemented an enhanced cleaning procedure and established hand sanitising facilities in addition to hand washing facilities in each of our premises. This is implemented on each of our sites and our field based technicians also have access to handwashing facilities and sanitiser
We continue to support our colleagues working remotely and promote online meeting resources wherever possible. Our field based colleagues are supported through triage of reactive calls and concise guidance on attending sites safely.
Our offices operate on a reduced occupancy as the majority of our people continue to work remotely and we have installed social distancing signage throughout. Our site management teams are planning and implementing programmes to maintain 2m distancing and current industry guidance is applied to manage close proximity tasks where they cannot be avoided.
We have established new seating plans , one way systems and room capacity restrictions to manage transmission risk. We have issued guidance to our field based operatives to assist them when visiting client’s premises. These procedures are under constant review