ASL provide communication services to over 7,000 businesses across the UK and we have been working hard to ensure that when needed we are available to support and adapt to the current measures and Covid advice given by the government.
As a business we take the health, safety and wellbeing of our customers, staff, contractors and visitors seriously and therefore have made the decision not to make any immediate changes to the current Covid safety measures even after measure are eased on the 19th July 2021.
It is imperative that we prioritise the safety and wellbeing of all our employees and the hundreds of thousands of people employed by our customers. Whilst maintaining our operations through our staff working either from home or, where needed, in our sites, we have continued to ensure that safe distancing is in place, all our staff are provided with the necessary PPE and any potential risk to health is minimised.
Our service centre in Cannock is still available to take your service calls and are increasingly able to provide a remote fix to your problems, thereby protecting all employees from unnecessary contact. If the problem cannot be rectified remotely, ASL have engineers covering all our areas. All ASL customer facing staff are supplied with PPE.
ASL are conscious that the change in working conditions and the current situation may be causing heightened levels of stress and impact on the mental health of employees. We are aware of this and have implemented policies and helpful resources to minimise the effect on employees including creating and training a team of mental health first aiders to assist where necessary.
ASL will continue to adapt and be available to ensure we continue to help make your work flow in a safe manner.