Coronavirus: Slough CVS statementThere are currently no confirmed cases of COVID 19 infections at Slough CVS however this could change as numbers grow in the UK. We have carried out our own risk assessment and have a business continuation plan in place in the event we must close our building.Slough CVS is following national guidance from Public Health England/NHS website and Slough Borough Council and we have systems in place to ensure we keep everyone safe while continuing our work. If you are required to self-isolate and have been in contact with SCVS staff, please let us know by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you need to contact us, our telephone lines are still up and running and you can call us between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.What does this mean for our clients?
We are continuing business as normal. This means we will aim to be at work and deliver our core business. Our staffing levels will change daily as some staff may need to look after sick dependants. Some staff will be working from home. If you have a meeting or appointment, please check with us before you leave, to see if the staff member is working on the day. If you are a group or SPACE associate and you need extra support at this time, please contact us.
Following the latest government advice, the Slough CVS office will be closed to visitors from today, 17.3.20.All Slough CVS training sessions have now been postponed until further notice.
We know that this is a difficult time. Please be mindful of how your actions may affect others and the importance of confidentially and be cautious about sharing unconfirmed information. We are pleased by the willingness of our community to support each other at this challenging time.