We are following the latest Public Health England guidelines and will be proactive with contingency plans in this ever-changing situation.
Workshops and Events
What you can expect of us
We won’t make physical contact with you – please don’t be offended if you usually get a hug or handshake. Hugs will resume as soon as we’re allowed!
All sessions will go ahead, with a back-up facilitator in reserve
We will endeavour to keep all sessions running if our client is happy to continue (subject to our usual cancellation terms or the terms of our agreement)
We recommend that coaching sessions and meetings are conducted via Skype, Zoom or Microsoft Teams
We are creating online learning options to provide alternative ways of learning for our clients
What we expect of you
Please ensure that any venue or meeting space is large enough to accommodate social distancing – current recommendations is up to 2m between individuals
Consider which events or meetings could run virtually, rather than cancel them. Your people need as much support as ever in these challenging times
If you are showing any symptoms, please don’t attend events or meetings
Transport and Accommodation
To reduce exposure of our delivery team and clients, we will use taxis instead of public transport for short journeys
Any train journeys will all be at off-peak times to avoid crowds, and/or we will book seats in first class to limit crowding. To keep those costs down, we will book ahead
All rail and hotel bookings will be flexible where available to limit expenses in the event of a cancellation. However, please be aware that flexible bookings may cost a little more. If you are happy to take the risk, just let us know and we will book the most cost-effective option available.
Carter Corson Team Plans
We have designated project seconds to ensure that all critical roles can be covered in case of absence
We have established two separate project teams who can deliver our work and teams will work from home on alternate days to limit contact between members. This reduces the chance that critical team members with shared responsibilities are in close proximity. If one team is required to self-isolate, the second can step in
To reduce the likelihood of absences, we have created a social distancing plan, which includes no physical contact between team members, and being at least one metre apart from each other
Cleaning our desk and working space at the end of every day; and not sharing workstations, cups or cutlery will also help to reduce the potential spread of infection
If have any further queries with regards to the above, get in touch via email email@example.com or give us a call 01625 526979.