Socially distant & safe!
In light of the government outlining plans to slowly transition the country back into work and a new normal we thought it would be pertinent to give you an update on the measures we are taking at RMF to remain safe both on site and at our head office.
We have continued to remain fully operational on site during the pandemic as per the government guidance that construction sites were to remain open where it was safe to do so. Our on site teams have been fully briefed as per the Construction Leadership Council (CLC) site safety guidance and all toolbox talks have been updated to ensure everyone understood their role in working safely as a team. At RMF we pride ourselves on working safely and considerately regardless of the circumstances so this has only sought to highlight our site teams professionalism. The site teams are fully briefed on good hygiene practices and consistently adhering to social distancing as a team and with other contractors. The feedback we have had from the sites we are on is that work has continued safely and there are no concerns surrounding personal safety of our teams which is of upmost importance to us.
Our office teams continue to work from home for the time being as we move to prepare the office for their safe return. Once our office teams return to the site they will find their individual desks have been fully stocked with sanitisation equipment and have had new Perspex screens installed to keep them safe and maintain social distancing. Our office will have a strict visitor policy and all visitors to site will be pre arranged only for the foreseeable future. All communal areas have guidance on maximum numbers in each area such as the kitchen and bathroom facilities and all of the team have been briefed and trained on their individual responsibilities.
We must take this opportunity to thank all of the RMF team for their continued professionalism, their ability to adapt and most importantly their support and respect for one another. We have no doubt that our team will come out stronger from this and we look forward to slowly returning to 'normal' over the coming weeks.
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