COVID-19 UPDATE: Filming and Photography Services to Resume
Posted By Admin on Mon 28th Sep 2020 09:22am
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We recently lifted our suspension on our on-site filming and photography services and we have been carefully getting back to work as normal. However, we are exercising extreme caution and have made the appropriate changes on how we work.
We have established new policies and risk assessments regarding the cleaning of equipment and ensuring our staff have the equipment necessary to keep them and our clients safe.
Before any new job, our equipment is carefully cleaned prior to leaving the office, as is any company vehicle. Company vehicles are sanitised with a specialist cleaner, especially where surfaces and door handles are concerned, both inside and outside of the vehicle.
Equipment bags and vehicles are stocked with plenty of gloves and hand sanitiser. Staff are required to wash their hands frequently and especially before and after meeting with any clients or entering and leaving any buildings.
This process will also be repeated in between jobs.
Where required, our staff must wear masks when coming into contact with customers or members of the public, and should remain at least 2 meters away, ensuring that all social distancing rules are strictly adhered to. We will also ensure that we keep the number of people we come into contact with, is kept to an absolute minimum.
NHS COVID-19 Contact Tracing
All company phones have the NHS COVID-19 Contact Tracing App installed. Where available, staff will use the 'Venue Check-In' option.
We shall continue to monitor any Government advice and we will update our practices accordingly.
Please continue to monitor our website for updates to this policy.
If you have experienced any symptoms of COVID-19 and have any work booked with us that requires you to be on location with us or requires us to visit your premises, please contact us immediately.
More information on the coronavirus can be found on the Governments website - https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-information-for-the-public
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