Sandyford Business District Service Continuity - COVID-19
Sandyford “Essential Businesses” Currently Operative During Covid-19
“Essential businesses” under the current Government guidelines operating in Sandyford
COVID-19 Financial Supports
In light of the ongoing Coronavirus public health emergency, we want to appraise you of a suite of measures introduced by Government to offset the impact of this extreme business disruption.
Advice for Businesses during Covid-19
Some practical steps you can take to safeguard your business
Advice for Employees during Covid-19
General advice for Employees
Dealing with Covid 19
The Government has introduced unprecedented measures effective until at least 19th April in order to protect the safety of all amid the current outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19. As part of this advice, the Government has advised that individuals, where possible, should work from home.
The Sandyford Business District company is taking this advice and has implemented our business continuity plans to ensure we can continue to service companies operating in the district. The safety and wellbeing of all our stakeholders is our paramount concern. We are following all World Health Organisation and government guidelines at this time to minimise any health risk.
A planned approach
We have the systems and flexibility to continue to meet the needs of the Sandyford Business District, especially in challenging times like these. In all cases, we are following our business continuity plan, supported by guidance from the Departments of Public Health and the Government.
Our office is currently closed for outside visitors. We have the systems, technology and effective work practices to enable our team to work remotely and continue to deliver a high-quality service for the District. We continue to operate our main office line on 01-544 1313. If you have any queries or concerns, please call or email us at email@example.com.
In line with best practice, we are drastically reducing the number of face-to-face meetings. We will contact all attendees at scheduled for meetings in the next two weeks to reorganise these meetings to remote meetings via video conference, tele conference or where possible reschedule to a later date.
Further information on Covid 19
Please take advice only from official sources. Please ignore rumour and shared “information” from other sources. Advice can be sourced from the following: