In the light of current developments regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), The Forklift Training Centre Limited has taken a series of measures to ensure ongoing service continuity for our customers.
We are still open to provide a service -for the training of forklift operators- to meet the demand of the service & supply industries to maintain staff levels.
The Forklift Training Centre Limited has taken additional measures to ensure the safety, health and wellbeing is monitored and maintained for all our employees.
As we all face the unprecedented situation with Coronavirus (COVID-19), it is more important than ever that we operate safely and responsibly.
The Forklift Training Centre Limited has business continuity plans in place. The continuity plans have been implemented and are being continuously monitored by our Directors.
The following steps have or already are being directly taken by Forklift Training Centre Limited to mitigate the impact that the Coronavirus may have on our operations:
All Forklift Training Centre Limited personnel are requested to take preventive steps in terms of avoiding exposure to crowded places, avoiding presence in the workplace ,if they feel unwell ,and to seek medical advice for any type of health deterioration. This is reinforced by a zero tolerance to attending any Forklift Training Centre Limited operating locations at first signs of any sickness
All personal travel arrangements are being monitored and self-isolation rules enforced if employees travel to areas of high incidence of Coronavirus as advised by Public Health England (PHE).
Home working arrangements are now in place and have commenced for a number of our employees.
We ask all customers requesting training , to let us know if they are self-isolating or otherwise affected by coronavirus.
If you are planning on visiting the Forklift Training Centre Limited office or training centre and have recently been to an area that has been directly affected by the coronavirus AND if you are showing symptoms similar to those associated with the virus (for example: fever, cough, breathlessness) we ask that you do not visit and instead call NHS 111 for further advice and instruction.
We will continue to follow government guidance, monitoring the updates from Public Health England and taking a flexible approach.