Genpower acknowledges that employers have a vital role to play by taking sensible action to prevent the spread of COVID-19, such as ensuring that workers have access to appropriate hygiene facilities such as hot water, soap and bins to get rid of used tissues. Workers are advised to maintain good hygiene standards around the workplace and on site by following the advice from the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) website, and in turn Public Health Wales local advice for businesses and by by the strict adherence to our Covid Risk Assessment.
Genpower continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation very carefully. Our customers, partners and employee’s health and safety remain our absolute priority and as such, our actions are guided by the latest advice from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Public Health Wales. We are regularly updating employees on the situation and on necessary precautions to take based upon expert advice. If any of our employees are feeling unwell, we ask that they contact their line manager and to abide by the latest guidelines on self-isolation and testing.
Other measures taken include:-
Briefings and information for our staff, based on up to date information
Where staff can work from home, they can do so.
Improved cleaning and hygiene regime
PPE and the wearing of face coverings where social distancing is not possible
Additional hand washing and sanitisation stations are situated throughout the premises.
A full risk assessment, based on current guidelines has been completed and additional and detailed controls can be found within this document. Please click here for the Genpower Risk Assessment
Additional Sources of Information
As the situation is changing rapidly, and to ensure our guidance is current and correct, and we offer and provide the highest focus on the health, safety and well being of our employees, customers and the general public, all employees should refer in the first instance to the following: Public Health Wales - https://phw.nhs.wales/topics/latest-information-on-novel-coronavirus-covid-19/