Cotswold Archaeology and COVID-19

Cotswold Archaeology fully understands and accepts its responsibilities for the safety and well-being of our staff, clients and others during the national health emergency brought about by the onset of the COVID-19 virus. We have worked hard since March 2020 to ensure that our operations accord with the latest Government guidance and have developed a suite of COVID-19 Health & Safety policies and procedures. We continue to revise our risk assessments to align fully with the latest Government guidance set out in Working Safely During Coronavirus. YWe understand that we still have a legal duty to manage risks to those affected by our business, and you can read our latest COVID-19 office and site risk assessments.

Our teams are working at full capacity and all our offices are open for business and able to receive visitors. Many of our traditionally office-based staff are currently working hybrid working patterns splitting their time between the office and home. Staff have full connectivity and can respond to customer communications and new project enquiries. If you have an enquiry on a potential new project please contact us in the usual way, using email or mobile telephone numbers.

Our public events programme is fully operational, combining virtual and in-person activities. Details can be found on our events page.

Cotswold Archaeology continues to monitor Government advice on the COVID-19 pandemic and we will update this notice in the light of any changes in guidance.

Neil Holbrook
Chief Executive

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