work safe campaign

SAFE WORK CAMPAIGN GUIDE

Here is a short guide on our safe work campaign to reassure both yourself and our engineer that work will be carried out safely and accurately.  

Safe work campaign BEFORE Work Begins 

  1. You must be certain that neither you nor anyone living in your home has symptoms of COVID-19. The NHS website can help you with this.
  2. If anyone in your home is isolating as a precaution, notify our team to reschedule your appointment. 
  3. You can ask what personal protection equipment (PPE) our engineer will be using.
  4. If you are clinically vulnerable let our engineer know so that he can take extra care.
  5. As always, remember to agree to the scope of work and price before going ahead.

WHILE the Work is Being Done

  1. Disinfect door and handles before and after our engineer comes into your home.
  2. Work together to protect each other by remembering to follow social distancing guidelines at all times.
  3. If you feel you are or could be infected while the work is being done, tell our engineer, and stop the service. Then follow the government’s procedures on self-isolation until it is safe for work to start again.

AFTER the Work is Done

  1. Disinfect all areas where the Gutter Specialists engineer has worked, especially around doors and handles.
  2. Keep the payment and paperwork contactless.
  3. Contact Gutter Specialists to warn us if you or anyone else in your home shows symptoms of COVID-19 within a week of the work being finished. You can use the form provided below.

DON’T BE AFRAID TO ASK OUR ENGINEER HOW …

  1. Social distancing will be maintained while the work is being done.
  2. Our engineer will ensure you are both protected.
  3. Our engineer plan to deliver the work in your home.
  4. Our engineer and his team are sure they are free from COVID-19 and have avoided contact with anyone who might have it

DON’T BE AFRAID TO ASK OUR ENGINEER ...

  1. To stand further away if you feel they are breaking social distancing guidelines.
  2. To disinfect all equipment before and after, and for them to use their own hand sanitiser throughout the day.
  3. To protect any areas in the house they might be working in.
  4. To stop work if there is a potential risk of being infected by continuing.
  5. To ensure that all the areas are clear, clean, and safe when the job has been completed. 
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