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Many keyworkers are keeping the country moving and helping those in need by providing essential services during the coronavirus lockdown and the global pandemic. Construction is one of the industries which, although it has slowed down, has not stopped completely because the work being done is essential to preserve the economy.
In a time when the economy is taking a huge hit, it is imperative that work continues where it can, and for most construction sites, this is possible, of course with a few adjustments.
Construction sites and social distancing parameters
There are plenty of situations where construction workers are not in close contact with others, for example, operating a crane or a digger requires only one person. For many construction site workers, adhering to the two-meter social distancing rules will be fairly easy.
Those who are building vital new homes will have even more space to manoeuvre as the homes will be empty, especially those in the final stages who only need in one worker, for example, a tiler in the bathroom.
Those who are in the built environment industry can continue with their work while adhering to coronavirus lockdown social distancing rules. Planners can work from home and where necessary will be able to visit empty construction sites; site managers will still be able to work in the on-site office, especially as it is usually a container with one or two people inside.
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