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Please be advised that, across the entire MFS business, we have already made, and are continuing to make, significant steps to ensure that we are able to best look after our staff, customers and others, whilst we operate our business as usual. 

Below are some of the steps we have taken to ensure we have everything in place now and should the situation continue to escalate.

MFS Responsibilities and Actions
  • To monitor ongoing advice regarding travel overseas and management of the Coronavirus.
  • To notify employees if the Government advises against travel to a planned location.
  • To regularly monitor the emerging situation with the Coronavirus and update advice as and when relevant.
  • We have banned unnecessary business travel, utilising all available technology and alternatives to travel and face-to-face meetings.
  • We will ask staff not to hot desk.
  • We encourage and support government advise for those in the following categories to work from home if their role allows. Those,
    • Over 70 years of age
    • With underlying medical conditions
    • Pregnant members of our team
All our employees are aware of the responsibility they have:
  • To Inform their line manager immediately if they are experiencing symptoms of Coronavirus.
  • For anyone planning to travel abroad, they are asked to inform us in advance of taking annual leave to discuss any possible impact on return travel and returning to work.
  • Avoid travel to the areas listed on the Government website, and follow their guidance.
  • Be extra vigilant: wash hands frequently with soap and water or use the hand sanitisers provided by the Company.
  • Dispose of tissues immediately after use.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.


Engineering staff

MFS engineering staff may visit multiple sites in a day and therefore have contact with multiple people. In the interest of safeguarding our staff, customer’s staff and others, we have provided the following guidance to our engineers to support the advice provided by government agencies and assist in minimising the risk of spreading infection.

On customer sites, or when working remotely:

  • When contacting a site, or on arrival at site, ask the customer’s representative if there are any specific COVID – 19 concerns on site.
  • Do not make physical contact i.e. shaking hands with other people.
  • Do not share equipment i.e. phones, pen etc.
  • Wherever possible, avoid contact with people whilst on site, or where this isn’t practical, minimise the duration of contact and maintain the recommended 2 m’s.
  • Use nitrile disposable gloves to prevent contact with surfaces commonly touched by others i.e. door handles, refrigeration unit control pads etc and wash/clean your hands when the gloves are removed.

On our own sites:

  • Avoid attending an MFS site, unless absolutely necessary for work.
  • Keep visits to the minimum time required and avoid unnecessary group gatherings.
  • Do not make physical contact i.e. shaking hands with other people.
  • Do not share equipment i.e. phones, pen etc.

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is a rapidly changing situation from a public health perspective, and we are committed to keeping you informed and to taking care of you as both valued MFS members of staff or customers.

Stay safe and well. Thank you for your continued support.


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