TateHindle - Business Continuity Policy
At TateHindle, the health and wellbeing of our people as well as our clients is paramount. As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation continues to develop, TateHindle will adhere to the advice given by UK Government and make the necessary changes to our business operations as required.
We have introduced polices and protocols ensuring that all of our employees are fully enabled to work remotely. We will continue project meetings utilising Microsoft Teams and Zoom. During this time, employees are fully contactable by email or by mobile and telephone.
Although we have deferred all non-essential travel, we understand that there are certain projects which are currently on site that will require our attendance. We will approach this matter on a project by project basis and visit site only when absolutely necessary to ensure projects can continue.
We will be in ongoing contact with clients for specific project issues, however please do not hesitate to contact the team with any queries you may have.
TateHindle are continuing to monitor the situation and undertaking full business impact assessments to identify potential risks and prepare for the continuation of service under a worse-case scenario.
We appreciate your ongoing support during this difficult time and thank you for your business.