Coronavirus Resilience Strategy

Mar 11, 2020 | TC news

 coronavirus protection plan


We have been working hard to put plans in place to address issues related to the Covid19 virus, both in the office and at our events.  Much of this mirrors Government and NHS guidance which is readily accessible. Hygiene is paramount. We have anti-bacterial handwash to meet the recommended hand hygiene advice, have supplied alcohol-based hand rub in dispensers for use around the office and anti-bacterial wipes for cleaning equipment.  

Our staff have been given advice on self-isolation criteria, and in the event of the outbreak moving to the next phase, the majority of our staff will be able to work remotely which we hope will minimise disruption to our clients. We have robust communication systems that allow us to keep in touch remotely too, either by text or video calls.

Our Budget Seminars on Friday 13th March will be going ahead as planned. There will be extra precautions taken in terms of the catering at both venues so there may be slightly less choice than is normally provided. We apologise if this causes any inconvenience. Of course, we will keep guests updated if any subsequent Government and NHS guidance causes us to alter any of the Seminar arrangements. Please don’t be offended if we don’t shake your hand on Friday! 

We will update you if the Government make further recommendations that will impact on any operational aspect of our service delivery to clients.  Rest assured, we will continue to monitor the situation closely and take steps where appropriate to safeguard our staff and clients.  

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