We ask for all operatives to take the necessary precautions to help reduce the spread of any germs/symptoms by the doing the following;
+ Wash hands frequently for 20 seconds or more
+ Wear a face mask
+ Wear gloves
+ Avoid contact with handrails/escalators
+ Make all payments on contactless card (if possible)
+ Carry a pack of anti-bacterial wet wipes
+ Discard used tissues in waste immediately
Servis will heighten our patrols to sites during this time and now require all operatives to CHECK IN via text message upon arrival to site.
If you have any questions during this time, please do call our control room on 020 3553 1282.
If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, please go home immediately, get a test and stay at home:
A high temperature
A new, continuous cough
A loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste
As the UK’s Covid-19 vaccination rollout continues, we strongly encourage all employees take the opportunity to be vaccinated when it’s offered.
If a vaccination appointment is offered to you during working hours, you can take paid time off to have the jab. You should get approval from your line manager in advance and give as much notice as you can.
Reliable sources of information
Please only refer to reliable sources of information when reading about lockdown rules, testing, self-isolation and vaccination. The best place to get the latest advice and support is the UK Government Coronavirus website.
The NHS also has loads of useful information about treating symptoms, where to get a test, vaccinations, people at higher risk, long term effects and social distancing.
We’ve all found the last year stressful and for many of us it has been extremely challenging to cope whether due to physical illness, bereavement, anxiety or worsening mental health conditions. It’s ok not to be ok and our wellbeing services are here for you and for your families to access 24/7 support on any subject.