Further to the recent announcement by Boris Johnson regarding the resurgance of Covid-19 and subsequent raising of the alert level to tier 4, we’d like to reassure all of our licensees and customers that we are doing our utmost to maintain the high standards of our Covid-19 risk assessment at Weatherill House that was put in place from 1st June 2020, but we have now increased our strategy to include temperature checking all visitors to the building including licensees, guests and our own staff. Upon entry to the building, masks must be worn over mouth AND nose and we are also requesting that everyone sanitises their hands or uses their own sanitiser/wipes to prevent outside contamination being transferred via touch-points.
The team are working hard behind the scenes from Monday to Saturday by sanitising touch-points every two hours and meeting rooms after every meeting. We are not currently taking external bookings for meeting rooms.
Guests and visitors will not be able to gain admittance unless they have a pre-booked appointment and we reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone who refuses to comply with any of our precautions.
For the time being, we have taken the decision to cancel our training courses but please visit our website on a regular basis for any updates.
Operations Director, John Barrett, commented “I cannot commend my staff highly enough for their team-work and commitment in ensuring that the building is as safe as possible for everyone who uses our premises – they are reacting positively to each new challenge so that we can continue to deliver the quality of service for which we are renowned”
Weatherill House will remain open and operate in accordance with Government guidelines in order to provide access and support for essential services. including enhanced business programmes, free mentoring, office space and co-working, and mail box/business address service. We are constantly monitoring the situation regarding the Covid-19 pandemic and will up-date the website with any changes to our policies as and when necessary.
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