Updated as of November 03, 2020
The Workstation Business Centres will remain fully open as normal during the second national lockdown in England from the 5th of November until the 2nd of December.
All of our sites follow strict social distancing and hygiene guidelines and are Covid-Secure. During this period, they will continue to operate as they have done over the summer months.
We will closely monitor the local situation and if needed will adjust the services offered by each sites to ensure the safety of our clients and colleagues.
We would like to thank our clients for observing the rules, helping to ensure both their safety and the safety of our colleagues.
PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE
At The Workstation, we are working hard to minimise disruption so you can continue managing your businesses during these difficult times. We have created this document to explain the measures we are taking in response to the current crisis.
Ensuring you get back to work quickly
We are here to help get you back to work as fast and as cost-effectively as possible. Create a workspace solution designed around your needs for today, that you can change as conditions become more predictable
Providing a safe working environment
We have taken the following measures based on WHO’s health and safety workplace guidelines. Across all our locations we can provide a safe working environment that meets today’s requirements and supports a more sustainable and happier way to work in the future.
We have taken the principles of physical distancing and applied them to the workplace. To ensure safe distancing throughout our buildings we have provided this information and signage covering use of open spaces, private offices and meeting rooms.
We are working to the highest standards of hygiene with frequent touchpoint, surface and workspace cleaning to meet global health and safety regulations.
Preparing our workspace
For the safety of everyone, we are using floor tapes and stickers to remind all the need for physical distancing
We have placed indicators to accommodate for distancing while waiting in areas such as receptions, kitchens or lounges.
We have placed path indicators to create walkways, guiding people through our buildings without accidentally contacting others.
We have placed spacing indicators to show where people should stand.
We have made sanitisation materials such as alcohol-based hand sanitisers readily available at entrances to our centres.