Bibby Line Group Head Office Business readiness – Covid-19

Bibby Line Group  //  20th March 2020

As a responsible employer, Bibby Line Group head office is working hard to protect our colleagues and stakeholders from being affected by Covid-19, and minimising disruption to business operations for our stakeholders. 

Our Business Continuity Plan, which is now in operation, has been designed to take into account the welfare of our people, our clients, our suppliers and our communities.  

We are confident in the resilience of our business continuity planning and we have set up a head office Emergency Response Team (ERT) which is meeting online every two days to review the situation and implement measures based on the latest Government advice. 

The health of our colleagues is paramount. From March 18th all BLG head office colleagues are working remotely. We continue to support colleagues and keep them updated with regular communication updates and catch-ups via phone and online.  

We are committed to providing continuity of service to all our stakeholders. When at home or working remotely, all our people can connect to our networks and resources securely via VPN. We use both our own IT infrastructure as well as a range of agile working technologies, so you will continue to be able to contact head office colleagues through existing channels. 

We are taking this issue very seriously and monitoring the situation closely and we’re ready to take further action if needed. If you have any queries or concerns and would like further information on how we are supporting our stakeholders, please contact info@bibbylinegroup.co.uk 

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