Are you planning your Re-opening?

Whether your business is part of an industry reliant on staff being on-site or one simply looking to reunite their teams to bring back a sense of normality, getting your premises COVID secure and compliant can be an onerous task for those unfamiliar with the process. At the heart of this process will be staff wellbeing. Implementing measures such as staggered work times, designated sanitation zones and enhanced cleaning schedules will all help to ensure that those most vulnerable are protected and prevent COVID outbreaks on-site.

Our COVID-19 recovery plans have been assisting businesses to get themselves back on their feet efficiently, without the need to bring in multiple specialists, furloughed staff and suppliers. From statutory risk assessments, legionella checks, equipment lists, staff briefings through to procuring equipment, furniture and signage, we’ve got all the tools in place to have your staff, operations and reputation safely protected. Key elements include:

  • Action plan ahead of re-opening
  • Workspace planning and office layout including social distancing
  • Procurement of signage and equipment
  • Training and familiarisation
  • Cleaning/fogging solutions
  • Staff guidance
  • Managing a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 case in the workplace
  • Working safely during coronavirus (COVID-19)
  • Travel advice: coronavirus (COVID-19)

+ more.

In the first week of September alone we are supporting COVID reopening for a Fire and Rescue Service HQ, venture capital firm in London, manufacturing site and major event organiser, leaving them with day to day processes in place, staff briefed and arrangements in the event of a case being covered. With support from Megahertz’s decontamination fogging service and Guest Visit we have covered the whole process from planning and risk assessment through to equipment, cleaning and staff access.

Clients biggest concern has been digesting all of the guidance

Contact us for a demonstration on how we could support your re-opening.