Coronavirus Covid-19 Update
18th March 2021
We are continually reviewing guidance issued by Government and Health Authorities to ensure the safety of our employees and staff and to minimise any additional potential risks to our operations posed by Covid-19. We issue this statement as part of the periodic review of our processes and procedures in relation to the Covid-19 Pandemic.
The Government has announced that the restrictions first introduced on the 4th January 2021 would be amended and there will be a roadmap to relaxation of some restrictions related to people’s personal interactions and the opening of some businesses that had previously been closed.
Throughout the worldwide pandemic, our essential staff have been working on the UK’s highways, ensuing that the roads remain safe and operational for our Keyworkers. We will continue with this work, ensuring the same for the businesses that will drive the Nation’s economy forward.
All workstreams that fall under ETL Highways, ETL Connections and ETL Training now operate as ‘business as usual’ in accordance with Government advice for the Construction, Business and Transport Sectors, advice directly from Government Ministers on media channels and advice from Trade Associations.
The updated guidance remains that people should ‘Work from home if you can’. Through the introduction of new work practices and more importantly, investment in new technologies the majority of our office staff have been operating from home, and this will continue to be the case until 21st June 2021.
Our Managers and Supervisors can be contacted in the usual way via email and cell phones, or through the Head Office landline.
We remain keenly committed to providing a high-quality service. Our new working arrangements have worked well during the restrictions imposed during this Pandemic, with our own staff, and just as importantly our clients staying supportive and flexible in this most challenging of times.
More information is available on our website at www.electricaltesting.co.uk and we will issue further updates should circumstances alter our current position of ‘business as usual’.