DOING OUR PART IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19

DOING OUR PART IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19
18 March, 2020 NetClean
News 2020/03/18

DOING OUR PART IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19

At NetClean we value the health and wellbeing of our employees and customers. It is in our core business to work to create a safer society. Therefore we are taking the steps we can to limit the spread of COVID-19 and protect vulnerable groups. We have asked all employees who can to work remotely from home, and have closed the offices to external visitors.

While we continue to closely monitor and act on advice from the Government, we can assure you that our service will remain uninterrupted. Installations and support will continue to function as before. The work that you do to help children is too important to be interrupted, and we are well set up to help – even if our staff carry out their work from home.

Our offices are closed to visitors at the moment, but we look forward to seeing you online.

Keep well,

Anna Borgström, CEO, NetClean

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