Once onsite, technicians will politely ask to wash their hands before starting their work and at the conclusion of the job before leaving.
Increased cleaning frequency of all our sites, equipment and vehicles.
Additional items for staff, including hand sanitiser, disinfectant wipes, tissues, disposable gloves and masks.
Technicians will disinfect all surfaces touched (where possible) at the conclusion of every job.
Technicians have been asked not to share tools or drink bottles and no high-fives, handshaking or close contact.
Increased screening measures with customers before jobs are booked to understand whether the customer is in isolation or a high-risk group.
Limited face-to-face interactions between team members, clients and suppliers to help reduce the risk.
Regular training and guidance provided to all staff on how to maintain hygiene and reduce infection risk.
Whilst works are being conducted in your home, office or site, we encourage windows and doors to be left open to allow for good ventilation.
Technicians will politely remind the client of the 1.5 m rule and will comply during works being conducted.
Any staff member who shows any flu-signs or related symptoms, are being request to seek medical advice immediately.
To minimise the risk of transfer, we prefer electronic payment options to avoid cash handling.
Alerts via email and sms are being sent to every client before a technician arrives onsite to ensure it is a safe work environment.
To enquire or book a job please contact our service team on 02 9700 9996 or email email@example.com.
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