Vast numbers of organisations have now put their facilities into reduced working or mothballing during the current Covid-19 lock-down. The following series of condensed guidance notes consider how and when to safely bring those facilities back to life, so that as your part of the economy gradually returns from lockdown, you can do so safely and securely in preparation for your colleagues’, customers’, and visitors’ return.
The Covid-19 outbreak and subsequent lock-down has presented us with incredible challenges and new ways of working to support our customers. Our approach and support are continuously evolving as we learn to adapt. We are proud to share our guidance notes on best practices to assist you in ensuring your facilities are fit for purpose throughout the pandemic.Learn More
Covid Secure Services
On the 10th of May, the UK Government introduced their Covid-19 recovery strategy; “A plan to rebuild”, to establish Covid Secure places of work. They expanded this with eight operational guides centred around workplaces and further guidance to the education sector. This now places the emphasis on the employer to risk assess the re-opening of their organisations. What in practical terms do these guides really mean?
Bellrock’s expertise covers all aspects of the management of the risks associated with your estate. This is just some of the team who are here to offer guidance and best practices for the many and varied considerations in returning your organisation to work; from maintaining your statutory PPM requirements, deep cleaning or landscaping issues on return, to landlord discussions around service charges and insurances.
Bellrock’s Operational Response
How do we see the crisis, what are we seeing across different sectors of the market, and what has been our response? Here you will find updates from our CEO David Smith, guidance on how our operators are adapting and stories from our hidden heroes that continue to work on the front line, on how we are supporting some of our customers through the challenges we are collectively facing.