As a global business, and with safety as our number one value, Warringtonfire recognizes the importance of responding to the Coronavirus situation in a way that ensures the safety and wellbeing of all our colleagues and their families, visitors to our locations, as well as ensuring that we play a responsible role in supporting the containment of the pandemic.

Warringtonfire has two priorities: keeping our colleagues and their families as safe as we can and ensuring that we minimize disruption to operations. We have central and regional crisis management teams working with local leadership across operations, safety and HR. This ensures that we can continue to provide the support that our colleagues and customers need while taking full account of local circumstances and government guidance.

Where possible, we are offering our support and skills to help the local communities we work in, as well as ensuring that we assist colleagues with dependents whose partners work in frontline medical care.

We are constantly monitoring what is a fluid situation and review all advice from the World Health Organization (WHO), national and local governments and other relevant authorities to agree the necessary actions to protect our people, communities and our business in these challenging times.