In our latest blog, our managing director, Jill Wood, gives her reaction to the relaxation of lockdown measure which were recently announced and what it means for Signum and its customers.
As a business who has remained operational throughout the pandemic, we have had to adapt our working processes several times. We have seen different iterations of the ‘how to work safely’ guidance throughout the pandemic – some of which have been conflicting at times – so it is reassuring to see that we now have really clear advice to get more businesses back to where they should be.
There has been a lot of information released about the responsibility employers have to ensure the safety of their staff when back in the workplace. This is an issue we’ve taken incredibly seriously over recent weeks and, as such, had already introduced a number of important measures before lockdown began. Here, in our latest blog, managing director of Signum Facilities Management, Jill Wood, explains what the newly released Government advice means and the enhanced steps we have now taken to become ‘COVID secure.’
With the prospect of some people returning to their place of work now coming into view, employers need to be considering how they ensure their employees’ health and wellbeing is prioritised.
Following the government’s latest announcement [10 May 2020] many employers are wondering what the new guidance means for them and their business. Employees who can’t work from home are now being encouraged to return to their place of work, so what steps need to be put in place to welcome them back safely?
It’s time for our next staff spotlight Q&A! Introducing our electrician, John Booth who has worked at Signum Facilities Management for six years. Here he tells us all about his job at Signum as well as a little-known fact about himself!
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Guidance from REFCOM. (more…)
As the COVID-19 coronavirus situation continues to develop, we would like to reassure you about the actions we are taking to ensure we continue to provide a ’business as usual’ service. (more…)