In these unprecedented times, as it has always been, the welfare of our colleagues and clients, remains our highest priority. As the situation around novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, we are doing everything we can to reduce potential risk of the virus transmission and have taken additional measures to protect our people and business critical services – while still delivering engineering excellence.
Our engineers continue to work to daily schedules – adjusted where required and take pride in calmly, professionally and safely getting the job done. We continue to monitor hot spots and comply with client requests and updated protocols by advising appropriate action on a case by case basis.
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It may become appropriate to restrict travel within a certain radius or reduce the service levels on the accounts whether this be by request from Clients, Government or through Integral risk assessments. These could take the form of responding only to life or safety critical call outs or undertaking statutory PPM’s only.
However, these risk control measures will only be introduced with consultation and agreements with the client. The main consideration through the control of the risk is the employees on all parties and the control of the spread of the virus.
Please immediately alert us via the Helpdesk and notify your Integral account manager.
They will liaise with our Covid-19 and Operations teams and we will then take appropriate safeguarding action and adjust our service delivery, in consultation with yourselves.
We will not send engineers to client sites with suspected COVID-19 unless there is a critical emergency. Other than emergencies, engineers will only be accessing an area once it has already been deep cleaned. On return, any site risk will be considered as part of the normal risk assessment method by the engineer on site.
It is optional for these employees to wear the following PPE which is included as standard kit:
The below links are being constantly updated with the latest advice and we suggest you refer to these for guidance.
JLL’s Research & Strategy teams have published insights on the potential impact on business sectors. Read it here:JLL’s Research & Strategy Insight