We are committed to containing and delaying the spread of Coronavirus in the UK and so have taken steps now that this virus has become more widespread.
Our duty of care
We have a duty of care to all our staff and clients. As part of this, we are committed to doing everything in our power to stop the spread of the virus and have already taken a number of appropriate steps.
Our contingency plans are now in place to ensure that the essential services we provide are not affected and, thanks to the technology we employ within our practice, all of our staff are now remote working to ensure that you receive continuity of service from us.
Staff members are no longer making clients visits and all meetings are now held by telephone/Skype/FaceTime rather than face-to-face.
We hope that by putting measures in place early we can help to stop the spread of the virus and ensure that we can continue to support you through these challenging times.
Ongoing monitoring and actions
Government advice is changing regularly and therefore it may be that we need to update our response and protection measures in the future.
The Government has released official guidance to the public and businesses regarding its response here.
If you have any queries regarding our preparations or procedures for the Coronavirus, please contact us.