Coronavirus ~ COVID-19

Air Engineering Group Policy For Customer Site Visits Regarding Coronavirus COVID-19

Date issued: 13/08/2021

Following the lifting of government restrictions, Air Engineering Group employees are again beginning to carry out non-essential visits to customer sites where appropriate. However, we are continuing to do our part to minimise the spread of the disease by maintaining these measures:-

  • Air Engineering Group employees will abide by any customer requirements or demands for preventing the spread of coronavirus COVID-19.
  • Air Engineering Group employees are required to self-isolate should they test positive for Covid-19. Be told to do so by the NHS Test and Trace service or experience the following symptoms: a high temperature, loss of taste and smell, a new continuous cough. 
  • All Air Engineering Employees are following government and world health organisation guidelines and advice for preventing the spread of the disease.
  • Lateral flow tests are offered to all employees twice weekly.
  • Encourage staff to use NHS Test & Trace app. 

These measures are being maintained to protect our customers, employees and their families and, we will continue to monitor the situation closely as things continue to progress.

In the event of a customer visit and the Air Engineering Group staff experiencing coronavirus symptoms, within seven days of attending the site. Air Engineering Group will contact the customer immediately to advise them of the situation.

We politely ask that our customers notify the Air Engineering employee if they come into contact with someone who, since the visit has suffered symptoms or gone into self-isolation.

For further details, please see our COVID-19 risk assessment.

We ask all of our customers to contact if they have introduced any policies  to prevent the spread of disease which our employees should be aware of before entering your site. We appreciate your support in this complex situation, this policy will be reviewed and updated in line with government and world health organisation guidelines