LFF's response to Covid-19
The Covid-19 pandemic has meant that our work to prevent child sexual abuse has been needed more than ever. Since March 2020, we have adapted our delivery to ensure our vital work in keeping children safe continues and all credit goes to our staff who have worked tirelessly to reach even more people who need our services. Our priority remains the health and safety of our staff and beneficiaries.
We will follow Government guidance and, as restrictions ease, make sure we take sensible precautions to keep everyone safe. Below is a summary of measures we have taken to reduce any risk.
From 19 July, we reopened our sites and are proceeding at a measured and gradual pace to re-establish office routines. We are operating a blend of some office and home-based working and will keep reviewing this position, should any guidance change. Across all our sites and activities, we:
- reviewed our risk assessments, making them available to our teams and beneficiaries
- facilitated working from home, providing the right technology and guidance to do so safely
- re-established ventilation, daily cleaning, handwashing and hygiene measures as well as maintained sanitiser stations across the offices
- maintained a staff rota to spread attendance across the week
- refreshed all our guidance in light of restrictions being eased and made this available to all our teams
We are extremely grateful to our supporters, beneficiaries and our staff for their commitment and flexibility which has allowed us to offer an effective service to even more people. We will continue to do so both virtually and in person as we work to prevent child sexual abuse.
LFF – 19 July 2021
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