Updated December 2021
Keeping you safe – what we are doing
As always, safety remains our absolute priority and we continue to take our responsibilities to managing the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak very seriously.
We have followed government advice throughout the pandemic and continue to work within the guidelines for our sector and adapting our activities to ensure they comply with Public Health England guidelines.
We continue to keep a close eye on the advice from the Government and our work will be adjusted as necessary to comply with any subsequent changes in the guidance.
Our crews out on site have the relevant safety equipment and have received guidance and support on hygiene standards.
For our office based staff, where possible those that are able to work from home are now doing so, in line with Government requirements. For those who cannot work from home, signage within the office continues to ask people to wash their hands and to wear masks. Masks will still be required when walking throughout the building, however at desks and in meetings they can be removed. There will be extra cleaning products available for individuals to clean/wipe equipment and work stations and we have asked colleagues to respect each others work space. Lateral flow tests are also still available to support our colleagues.
Keeping colleagues safe – what we ask of you
We are now able to accept visitors to our Daish Way offices however we ask you to book your visit in advance. We would also ask you to wear your mask when on site and to make use of the hand washing facilities.
To assist us with managing any necessary highway reports, we would also encourage you to make use of our online reporting facilities. These can be found via the yellow button in the top right hand corner of our website homepage www.islandroads.com or via this direct link https://fms.islandroads.com/ Alternatively you can email us via firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to place on record thanks to our staff and our supply chain partners for all their continued hard work and dedication. We would also like to thank residents for their support and assure them that we will continue to work safely and diligently to provide the highways services they rely upon.
We appreciate your support and understanding during these times and hope you all keep safe and well.