Faced with this exceptional situation, SOCOMEC Group is adapting its working procedures
Updated on March, 27th
With our staff in various global offices working remotely, we are dedicated to ensuring that as far as possible we will provide business continuity during the coming weeks.
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on the 16th March 2020 that the UK has now moved to the next stage in its response to the Coronavirus Covid-19 and subsequent announcements regarding non – essential travel and working from home - Socomec U.K. Limited would like to outline its response.
If you have any enquiries please use the relevant contact details below
UPS: Phil Dunn - 07392 091 483
Power Switching & Monitoring: Michael Lonsdale - 07920 292 563
Expert Services: Brian Smith - 07747 113 980
Engineering Manager: Neil Roberts - 07788 798 269
Cirencester Office: 01285 863 300
Hitchin Office: 01462 440 033
Socomec U.K. Limited is taking the necessary steps to allow non-essential personnel to work remotely. In order to minimise non-essential travel, however, international trips have been cancelled and meetings replaced with calls and virtual meetings.
Back Office Teams
From Tuesday 24th March, the bulk of our staff will be working from home or remotely. This solution provides resilience to our business and should ensure that we are able to maintain links with our customers. All Socomec staff have laptops and therefore can connect to our network remotely and can support our customers. We have two x five person core teams in each of our offices to provide critical support to our remote teams working from home.
Our engineers who are home based will continue to perform Interventions and Commissioning. These activities are Critical to our customers to maintain their Critical Power Assets. We will also maintain coverage in our stores so that vital orders/spares can be despatched to site.
Our Sales teams are experienced in working remotely and will continue to support customers using our online solutions, Lync, Skype, Teams etc. Obviously, we can still produce quotations and tenders to comply with our customer’s needs. However we will not be undertaking any CPD activity at this time to comply with Government recommendations.
The continuity of service is the highest priority, and we are providing the same level of service and resource as at any other time and intend to continue operating at full capacity. Socomec U.K. Limited will comply with all instructions from regulatory agents and governmental organisations.
We are working with our key partners/suppliers to ensure as little service disruption as possible, and will continue to monitor the situation, updating this statement, as necessary.
In compliance with government regulations, Socomec is making every effort to maintain its production capacity through the active management of its supplies and logistics. The health and safety of our employees is a priority, and all necessary measures have been put in place to protect them.
We ask that should you require any changes to your service or make amendments to your protocols that these are communicated in a timely manner to your sales or internal contact via their normal contact details.
Should you require any additional information, please do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Colin Dean – UK & Ireland Managing Director