Message from Consortio Security board

Consortio June 2020 Update

Dear Stakeholders, In our first edition since the lockdown was imposed by the Prime Minister, I wanted to thank all our staff, clients and supplier’s for their hard work and support over these unprecedented times. Thankfully, apart from some cases of self – isolation and shielding by our field-based and head office teams, we found ourselves operating as usual.

Though some of our working practices and protocols have changed, these haven’t changed the day today operation of Consortio Security. We have worked with our supply chain over the last 10 weeks, to ensure we continued to operate safely and without impacting the requirements of the NHS, sourcing reusable facemask and safety glasses internationally, that has arrived today, so our plan is for all Consortio Security employees to receive 2x facemasks and 1x safety glasses.

These will be sent out over the next 10 days to coincide with the recent changes for travelling on public transport. To further support our clients and employees, we have generated COVID 19 Health and Safety Risk Assessment that sites alongside our normal site base Risk Assessments, I ask all employees to read these regularly to ensure they keep abreast of the hazards and measure we have introduced to reduce the risks.

I have included version 2 of the document below but this can also be found within each site’s file, over the coming weeks. COVID 19 Health & Safety Risk Assessment In finishing, I would like to revisit an earlier comment made, about our steadfast and hardworking employees, that have shown true dedication in carrying on turning up day in and day out. To recognise this, we will also be issuing discount cards to all employees, that can be used as part of My Staff Shop, our internal staff perks benefit program, further details can be found in a later section. On closing, my final message is, please “Stay Safe” Kind regards Earl Knight Chief Executive Officer Coronavirus(COVID-19)

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