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Site service statement

  • 15 January 2021
  • Stephen Wood

The importance of not maintaining your critical firefighting equipment and installations during the covid pandemic could have major consequences to the safety of your high value assets.

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Maintaining, inspecting and managing your firefighting equipment and installations is just as important as owning them. Periodic monitoring of fire protection is a necessity to ensure continual safe operation.

Most maintenance and management work can be carried out within the recommendations of the UK Government. In recent weeks, Knowsley SK has taken various precautions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), without compromising the safety of our customers.

Having completed a high level risk assessment, and based on the most up-to-date UK government guidelines this has created a starting point for our service engineers to recommence with their duties across all UK Sites.

The consequences of not maintaining your safety critical equipment could result in system failure which could have a major impact on your business and employees.

We are here 24/7 to support you throughout this pandemic, and we will maintain your requirements to keep your High Value Assets and your employees safe.

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  • Our Employees are fully aware of Covid-19 safety measures, and as key workers we will continue to maintain your safety critical equipment.
  • Our Employees observe all social distancing measures.
  • Our Service Engineers will have limited contact with customers.
  • Appointments of our advisors are followed up online or by telephone.
  • All scheduled training courses have been suspended until further notice.
  • The Majority of our employees will work from home to minimise any risk for key workers.
  • We utilise various online meeting applications to support your requirements.

Yours sincerely,

Steve Wood
Managing Director

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