As part of the key workers and national infra structure Lifeline are continuing to operate as near normal as possible, with a few exceptions. Lifeline will continue to follow all ‘WHO’ (World Health Organisation) and Government Advice & Guidelines.
Security & Fire safety personnel continue to remain Key Workers
In March 2020 Ian Moore, CEO of the Fire Industry Association, was informed by James Brokenshire, Minister of State for Security at the Home Office, that “security & fire safety personnel can play a vital role at this time of national challenge. People working in these sectors who are essential to national infrastructure are “Key Workers” for the purposes of the Government’s guidance on COVID-19.” This position still remains in place.
Works Risk Assessment
Our team will be assessing the risks of all works. In the interim period we will be limiting works in domestic residences to an absolute minimum. This is for both the protection of our staff and customers. Where practical construction site based works will continue alongside the construction industry.
Our staff will continue to:
Maintain Safe Social Distance
Ask persons to leave the are they are working in in a Safe Social Distance is or cannot be maintained
Report or request failures and breaches of Covid-19 protocols to be addressed
Regularly Sanitise all items they come into contact with, including customer equipment, hand tools, plant, phones, laptops, vehicle equipment as well as their hands each time contact is made
Always wear a Face Covering
Wear disposable gloves and remove and dispose of these safely after each use
Follow any site specific protocols
Screen sites prior to attendance
https://www.gov.uk/guidance/national-lockdown-stay-at-home (referencing guidance published 04/01/2021)
https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public/when-and-how-to-use-masks (WHO Advice – When and how to use masks)