Open plan, space saving desks, hot-desking and workstations have been fashionable in offices for many years. Employers have provided fun areas including slides and snooker tables, bar areas and fully fitted, and stocked, kitchens. With an imminent return to work, will the homeworkers expect a change in their new work environments? More than likely; primarily for their safety and wellbeing.
Since the UK Government announcement on Sunday, many businesses have been looking at ways to create a safe and efficient return to work, whilst trying to understand how that will look and when it might happen.
Suggestions for one-way systems, dividers and plexi-glass between workstations may be inevitable. Apps and thermal tracking technology to track the wellness of staff are being considered by some blue-chip companies, with cleaning and hand sanitisers being installed and deep cleans taking place as a minimum in the commercial office environment.
The Momentum Group has continued to provide its services throughout the COVID-19 pandemic across a variety of sectors, adhering to Social Distancing Guidelines and HSE and UK Government Advice. Our team has been at the forefront of facilities management, maintenance and build provision for our clients, meeting their needs and exceeding expectations.
Our facilities management team has been working with clients in the reconfiguration of existing office space to meet the challenges of gradually bringing employees back to the workplace. We have undertaken deep cleans, introduced signage, screens and antibacterial push and pull handles amongst other social distancing and safety requirements.
The Momentum Group is able to support our clients to help reduce possible transmission from common surfaces with the supply and installation of cleaning and sanitising products to screens and bespoke solutions tailored to your needs.
We have the experience to help any business requiring new office layouts, office moves and support our clients every step of the way.