COVID-19: The next steps for InControl and InVMA


Statement as of 12th January 2021.

Further to the latest UK National restriction which came into effect from the 4th of January, we continue to review the government’s guidelines and will follow these in our own workplace and when attending site to support our customers’ projects and businesses.

The health, safety and well-being of employees, customers and the wider public is our top priority and we have taken essential measures to support the government guidelines and restrictions in this challenging time. Because of recent guidance on social distancing and working remotely etc. InControl and InVMA are currently running a working from home policy.

The COVID-19 global pandemic is inevitably going to have some impact on the two companies; however, we are in a position whereby employees are accustomed to remote-working due to the technology we use on a daily basis as well as our flexible working practices. This means that you shouldn’t see much hindrance as a customer and we are still capable of essential site visits where we shall be following government guidelines and will be subject to our customer’s own policies.

We would like to reassure our customers and supply partners that we are doing everything we can to make sure it is business as usual. By using the technology and tools at our disposal we shall endeavour to ensure that their critical processes are commissioned on time and that existing projects and installations are supported wherever and whenever you need us.

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If as a current or future customer, you would like to discuss how InControl Systems can help you safely deal with any operational challenges or to implement important projects within our scope of work please feel free to contact us today.

COVID-19: The next steps for InControl and InVMA