Our engineers are continuing to operate, where practical and with sensible protective precautions, to carry out critical maintenance to ensure smoke control systems, continue to operate as intended and keep occupants safe. They are working in line with Government advice on social distancing and travelling to sites avoiding public transport.
Like many businesses we have quickly migrated our offce team to working from home and making use of available collaboration tools such as video or teleconferencing, both internally and with our customers, where required. All our contact numbers remain unchanged.
Our message to our customers is do not leave it to chance that you smoke control installation is functioning correctly, planned maintenance is a critical route to identifying system faults. We are fully prepared to help keep your people safe.
We have been proactively monitoring the coronavirus outbreak, including the latest Government and NHS advice. Our priority is the wellbeing and safety of our people and we will take all reasonable steps to ensure we can continue to safely deliver our projects and services.
We appreciate that you may be concerned about the impact of Coronavirus on Colt International, our people and our operations. Our aim is to continue to operate as close to normal as possible during the coming weeks, whilst following the latest Government guidance and restrictions.
We have issued guidance to our teams and have implemented the following measures: