COVID-19

Can tradespeople enter my home?

Yes. Work carried out in people’s homes, for example by tradespeople, can continue. Our advice, however, is that both the tradesperson and household members should be well and have no symptoms of coronavirus. Please see the self-isolation guidance for more information. Like other businesses, tradespeople must take all reasonable measures to ensure that 2 metre distancing is maintained at all times when working in other people’s households. Please see the guidance on reasonable measures for more information.

We recommend no work should be carried out in any household which is isolating or where a person who is classed as extremely vulnerable is undertaking ‘shielding’ measures, unless it is to repair a fault which poses a direct risk to people’s safety – for example, emergency plumbing. In these cases, Public Health Wales can provide advice to tradespeople and households. But no work should be carried out by a tradesperson who has coronavirus symptoms, however mild.

Source   Welsh Government

Just Lofts Updated 20/12 /2020

Current alert level is 4.  20/12/2020

Work carried out in people’s homes

Work carried out in people’s homes, for example by tradespeople, can continue as long as it is managed in a safe way and both the worker and household members are well and have no symptoms of coronavirus. However, we recommend that people consider whether the work can be safely deferred until they are no longer in Level 4.

Like other businesses, people working in someone else’s home must take all reasonable measures to ensure to mitigate the risk of coronavirus spreading when working in other people’s households. Please see the guidance on reasonable measures and on working in other people’s homes for more information.

It is also recommended that no work should be carried out in any household where someone is isolating, unless it is to repair a fault which poses a direct risk to people’s safety – for example, emergency plumbing, or carry out an adaptation to allow that household to remain in their property. If attendance is unavoidable (because of an urgent or emergency situation), additional precautions should be taken to keep workers and householders completely separate from each other.  In these cases, Public Health Wales can provide advice to tradespeople and households. But no work should be carried out by a tradesperson who has coronavirus symptoms, however mild.

Source   Welsh Government 

 


Like many businesses in the UK, we have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak alongside any advice provided by local and UK health authorities.

The services we provide, the relationships we have with our customers and suppliers and the health of our employees are of the utmost importance to Just Lofts and as a business we are following official guidance with regards to the running of our business and the services we provide.

We would like to assure you that our business is running as usual, other than the reduction of any non-essential business travel, and you will continue to receive our full service and support.

We have been working in the weeks leading up to today putting a multi stage action plan in place to ensure business continuity as far as is possible.

As a company, we will endeavour to keep you informed of our plan should anything change to the way we are operating.

Many thanks,

Just Lofts
20/12/2020