Safe working during April 2020
AMG Coronavirus (COVID-19) Safety Procedures
AMG Site Operating Procedures
AMG sites still operating during this Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will follow specific procedures to ensure our workforce, supply chain & partners are protected and working safely. CLC Site Operating Procedures V.5 04 July 2020
29 April 2020
“I would just like to thank AMG for your commitment to the above project during these difficult times. I have received constant positive feedback from the team on site regarding progress and changes you have made due to social distancing measures that we are all operating under.
The project has continued under uncertain conditions and you’ve also taken full advantage of the closed school site to bring forward other works.
15 April 2020
“I have just held a skype progress meeting with the Thomas Telford team.
Matt has been sending me photographs regularly and I have to say I have been most impressed by the way in which they have continued to operate through these incredibly difficult times.
Despite the frustrations regarding availability of materials and sub-contractors shutting down on a daily basis they have made good progress.
It is reassuring to see such commitment during these extraordinary times.
I think they are to be commended.”
Wednesday 8 April 2020 – “Please find attached some photos for the above job. During my visit I met with Mark and discussed the progress of work.
On my arrival I noticed a guy cleaning door handles, and metal stair hand rails also the toilet area has been kept clean. I would like to say thanks and well done for keeping the site safe and following the guidlines of COVID-19 rules”. (Clerk of Works, Wordsley School, Dudley MBC)
Tue 7 April 2020 -Safe working – Record photos taken at Selly Oak Admin Block in Birmingham this week implementing the Government’s social distancing at work requirements and safe working guidelines are being followed.
This includes modifications and safe distance working markers on scaffolding, one way systems and alterations / additions made to loading towers and access stairs to ensure the 2m rule can be applied in a safe manner