by Paul Ford
Volt’s long-standing commitment to the success of its clients and employees will not change as we enter a different future under COVID-19. This event is challenging all of us to balance new work dynamics while managing the effects on our personal lives. Despite this, everyone at Volt is determined to keep our clients and employees safe while delivering the exceptional service we all expect.
This page is dedicated to delivering the latest information we have regarding COVID-19 and its impact on our clients, employees and communities. The information contained is based on what we currently know, but please understand that it is likely to change and we will attempt to do our best to keep it updated.
We will continue to deliver the highest level of performance and service. Because the situation is different from location to location, business continuity plans are devised by local teams in accordance with government and health service requirements. At this moment, all of our offices and on-site staff are working remotely.
No overseas or long-distance travel will take place at this time. Local travel is restricted to essential movement only.
Health and Safety
We have engaged in a campaign to inform, educate and drive awareness in our workforce of the importance of basic personal hygiene to prevent the spread of the infection.
Assessment and Notification
All of our staff are aware of the process that needs to be followed in the event that they fall ill, or come into contact with someone who is ill, in accordance with government and health service requirements.
People are the foundation of our business and we continue to be inspired by the resilience and dedication of our collective community. We want you to know that Volt supports you as we navigate this changing landscape together. During these challenging times, the need for maintaining a human connection is vital, and if you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us.