REFCOM Coronavirus updates
Friday, April 24, 2020
Friday, April 24, 2020
Coronavirus Updates and Guidance
Please find below a range of support and guidance from REFCOM, BESA and other key industry bodies.
REHVA Guidance: Limiting air leaks across rotary heat exchangers - 20 July Download here
Updated COVID-19 Practical Measures for Building Services Operation VG002 v4 - 1 July Download here
Risk Assessment of Air Conditioning or Ventilation system fan coil units for use with VG002 v4 Excel Format - 7 July
Risk Assessment of Air Conditioning or Ventilation system fan coil units for use with VG002 v4 PDF Format - 7 July Download here
CLC Site Operating Procedures - Protecting your Workforce V5 Read more
REVISED COVID-19 and Engineering Services Guidance (GN1) PPE (including RPE) requirements for work in specific environments 29 MAY
REVISED COVID-19 and Engineering Services Guidance (GN2)Working in close proximity 29 MAY
HSE COVID-19: Advice to distribution centres and other sites on maintaining social distancing for drivers Read more
CJRS & HMRC Portal Guidance 20 April
New job retention scheme updated 15 April
New bank holidays/annual leave during COVID-19
Updated 14 April - Site Operating Procedures - Protecting your workforce
BESA COVID-19 Risk Assessment Template
New COVID-19 Business Hub from Government
NEW Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme focusing on furlough 9 April
Social distancing in the workplace during coronavirus - BEIS guidance
BEIS Business Support
CLC Guidance Note: Coronavirus Employment Schemes
Updated guidance on on the coronavirus job retention scheme - 1 April
Key Workers - Letter Template
Furloughed Workers - Letter Template 1 April
Coronavirus and working on site
Sites should accept expired SKILLcards during COVID-19 crisis
We would like to reassure all REFCOM members that we have comprehensive systems in place to provide service continuity in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
All our systems and services can be accessed securely and remotely by our teams, meaning that if required we can provide a continuity of service even if we are required to work from home.
The situation is continuously changing. We will update you with any further changes when they arise.
Many thanks for your support, flexibility and understanding.