Covid - 19 Return to site - Code of Conduct
Pinewood Structures have a comprehensive set of proceadures to enable the safe return to site following the recent news regarding construction sites re opening.

The situation is very fluid and and please contact us for the very latest information.

Please see resources to download our Covid -19 return to site - RAMs update and Code of Conduct.
This ‘Code of Conduct’ has been developed to help all people on site understand and respect Pinewood Structures arrangements for maintaining ‘Social Distancing’ on our customer’s sites.
This Code of Conduct comprises of two parts:
a) Pinewood Structures ‘Social Distancing’ standards and expectations.
b) Standards of behaviour expected of all persons working or visiting our sites.
Social Distancing Standards and Expectations
Our standards and expectations are explained in detail in our COVID-19 revised Risk assessment and Method Statement and covers the following:
  • Travelling to site - including parking and signing-in
  • Welfare - what measures we expect to be in place to keep 2m apart
  • Working on site – keeping 2m apart when doing your job
  • Getting around site – keeping 2m apart using walkways, scaffold stairs or hoists
  • Meetings and briefings – only if needed and how to keep 2m apart
Standards of behaviour
  • Participate in Pinewood Structures COVID-19 Induction
  • Do not come to work if you have a high temperature, have a persistent cough or are living with someone who has – always let your employer (boss) know
  • Understand and follow your Pinewood’s ‘safe system of work’ for maintaining social distancing as part of your job
  • Sign-in each day and respect the ‘social distancing’ arrangements at the signing-in point
  • Keep 2m apart from everyone else in all places including site offices, welfare areas, toilets, canteens, changing rooms, etc,
  • Walk in ‘single file’ to your place of work, following the designed pedestrian routes
  • Please no ‘social gathering’ in the working area – wait to breaktimes and keep 2m apart
  • Respect people’s space, keep apart
  • Be patient, things may take slightly longer than before
  • Only operate mobile plant if you are authorised to do so
  • Follow instruction by any site management team/ support team member who are there to help you keep ‘social distancing’.
  • If you leave site at breaktimes you are still bound by the Code of Conduct, act responsibly, maintain social distancing and do not gather in public places

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