Since 24th March 2020 and in order to clarify E&B Group Ltd position in the face of COVID-19, we confirm an update as of Monday 8th June 2020 as follows:-
Access to our head office in Crawley is restricted to core staff on a managed pre-booked only basis and is not being used as a regular place of work by all staff, or to meet and accept visitors. Staff are all set up for remote access to their work files and will continue to assist you for ongoing and / or new project works and enquiries you have with us.
Key works on our construction sites are now progressing strictly in accordance with Government and Industry Professional guidance, with agreed Covid-19 Safe Operating Procedures and associated RAMS in place. Where the work is not critical or cannot conform to agreed Safe Operating Procedures, they remain in abeyance but are regularly reviewed as and when updated guidelines are published.
If you have a specific question or issue that you require review and response to but do not know to whom it should be directed, please email email@example.com and the matter will be passed to the relevant department.
Like you, we remain committed to achieving safe transition through these difficult and unprecedented times and would like to assure you we are ready and able to service your requirements in accordance with Government guidance.
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by Staff, 9 years, 11 months ago
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