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Renley Statement 4 – 25/05/2020
The welfare and safety of our team and the wider community is our first priority. The Taoiseach (Prime Minister of Ireland) announced guidelines which require us to change the way we operate to curtail the spread of Covid-19.
We are planning to deal with an evolving situation. This includes a commitment to service our customers to enable the continued safe operation of the energy network.
Some of the measures we have taken include:
Business continuity – Our engineering, sales and design staff will be working securely from home and will be contactable by email or mobile phone. The Renley Innovation team will remain fully available and continue to work with our customers and key stakeholders remotely during this period.
Best practice health measures – We have provided specific recommendations and guidance to our on-site manufacturing staff and implemented recommended guidelines on social distancing in our manufacturing facility.
Deliveries and Orders – Renley will continue to receive and deliver goods, however additional processes have been implemented to limit direct contact.
Scenario planning – Renley are actively monitoring the evolving situation as well as our own stock and supply levels and will update customers accordingly.
We are working hard to ensure that Renley has minimised the risk from Coronavirus as far as possible.
We are closely monitoring the advice provided by the HSE/ National Public Health Emergency Team.
We advise all our partners to keep themselves up-to-date on the latest travel and health advice from their relevant governments.
Further information from the HSE on the Coronavirus can be found here.