Covid-19 Statement – New Working Procedures

COVID-19 Secure | New Working Procedures.

During these unprecedented times we are continuing to work and serve our customers whilst adhering to guidance from the government by continuously reviewing our working procedures.

Creating a safe and controlled COVID-19 secure environment so far we have implemented the following:

Internal Measures.

1. Encouraging regular and thorough hand washing and use of hand sanitizer by all members of staff.

2. Significantly reduced office based working with 80% of staff now working remotely from home, allowing us to implement strict social distancing measures.

3. CAD Presentations will be carried out remotely using video conference.

4. As of 6 January 2021 all our kitchen showrooms must close to the general public and will only reopen following the end of Lockdown 3.0.

5. All staff report on a daily basis of themselves, or members of their household, experiencing any Covid related symptoms including a cough, temperature, no smell or taste, tiredness, sore throat and runny nose, or any ailment/symptoms of any kind.

6. Any member of staff who develops or experiences any of the above symptoms will be instructed to get a test and self-isolate until they get their results.

7. Any member of staff who comes into contact with anyone who displays symptoms will be instructed to stay at home and self-isolate for a minimum of 14 days.

8. If after the 7 day period there has been no signs of improvement we are advising medical attention is sought by contacting NHS 111 online.

On Site Measures.

Including Appointments and Installations

1. Prior to each appointment or installation start we are speaking to all customers to ascertain current health conditions to determine whether it is safe to attend their property.

2. Whilst on site we are ensuring contact is kept to an absolute minimum and at a safe 2m distance.

3. At a customer’s discretion any member of staff who visit a property, whether designer, surveyor or fitter, will wear a face mask and gloves.

4. Wherever possible will undertake external meetings by phone or video conference, significantly reducing non-essential travel.

Rest assured that we’re monitoring the situation daily and reviewing government and Public Health England guidelines.