COVID-19 Control Site Inspections
COVID-19 Secure and indoor air quality are two aspects of employee remobilisation that will be high on the agenda. Satisfying employees that the workplace remains safe, while also maintaining compliance in the new normal, is not though going to be business as usual.
An independent assessment, combining over 30 years expertise in health and safety and air quality monitoring, our COVID-19 control site inspection provides a unique solution for those looking to reassure people returning to work. Please get in touch to discuss whether we can help you.
"Prompt, helpful, willing staff and this ethos appears to run throughout the whole company. I feel that I have an excellent working relationship with Assurity Consulting and confident that I can seek their advice about anything, and they will always be prepared to help in any way they can."Andy Freestone, Facilites Manager, Hodge Jones & Allen LLP
"Extremely professional, but with a friendly and personal touch. Assurity Consulting gives us credible advice, professional service, and interesting update webinars."Matt Peaty, Head of Health and Safety, Real Estate Management (UK) Ltd
"Assurity Consulting give very balanced and proportionate advice. Our consultant shows a good understanding of the culture here and factors that in when giving advice and making recommendations which is very useful."Andrew Beales CMIOSH dip NCRQ, Health and Safety Advisor, Young Epilepsy
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Local authority highlighting the need to keep COVID-19 secure
15th June 2021
The City of London Corporation, our Primary Authority partners have issued a press release urging businesses to “keep following the rules to stop rise in COVID infections”.Read more
Time to help sustain sustainability in FM
9th June 2021
The events of the last year have undoubtedly sparked change in organisation’s attitudes on management, capabilities and compliance. One thing that hasn’t changed however, is the need for your organisation to be sustainable, from a workplace, marketplace and community perspective, as well as that of environmentally.Read more
Reopening your food business during the COVID-19 pandemic
9th April 2021
Under the Government’s roadmap to easing lockdown restrictions, from the 12th April 2021 hospitality venues such as pubs and restaurants can serve customers outdoors. This can include shelters, marquees and other structures with a roof providing that at least 50% of the area of their walls are always open, whilst in use.Read more