Ligneus Coronavirus Statement – 12th January 2021
As we leave the trauma of 2020 behind us we look ahead to what could potentially be a way out of the nightmare this pandemic has been. With vaccines available and a far greater understanding of the virus and its evolved strains we can possibly look ahead at regaining freedoms we have desperately missed. We can almost start to plan a way forward and rebuild.
As the light appears at the end of the tunnel we still have much to do and need to maintain our care to ensure we realise the potential ahead. We still need to remain vigilant and respectful to others. As we get closer to an end, more than ever we have to hold our resolve and not let complacency set in.
At Ligneus we take our responsibilities to ourselves and those around us very seriously and the actions required by everyone start from within. Alongside the standard sanitising facilities around our warehouse we have enabled a mask wearing program when inside buildings. We have also implemented a staff Coronavirus testing regime. We use the Nadal Covid-19 Antigen Rapid Test on all our staff and their spouses. We provide peace of mind to our personnel as they feel comfortable and safe within their workplace. This also offers our customers, both commercial and consumer, confidence that we follow best practice and our products are manufactured in a safe environment.
Remaining vigilant should allow us all to look forward to a positive year ahead.
Ligneus Coronavirus Statement – 12th March 2020
I’m taking this opportunity to let you know where Ligneus stands amid current concerns around coronavirus – and what measures we’ve introduced to protect customers and colleagues alike.
I’m grateful to report we’ve experienced no cases of COVID-19 among our workforce, and that recent events have had no impact on our manufacturing capacity. We continue to monitor developments and abide by advice from the government and the World Health Organisation to ensure this remains the case.
Rest assured, we’re well stocked with all the materials we need to fulfil customer orders. We don’t expect production to be affected in the short term. We recognise there may be longer term implications in supply chain and demand and regularly assess our strategy to maintain production as normal.
The well-being of our colleagues is paramount. In addition to our customary high standards of hygiene, we’ve implemented a heightened cleaning regime through our workshops. Non-essential meetings and travel have also been cancelled in favour of remote solutions.
I’m confident that we’re doing everything in our power to meet this challenge with a response that’s effective and proportionate.