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. Most recently we revised our risk assessments to align fully with the updated guidance set out in Working Safely During Coronavirus. You can view our COVID-19 office and site risk assessments. These precautions allow us to adhere to Government’s policy which regards activities related to construction as essential to keep the country operating. Our field teams are currently working at full capacity.

All our offices remain open for business but are closed to visitors. The majority of our office staff are working remotely from home. They have full connectivity and will 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. On current projects we continue to adapt to changing customer requirements and methods of working.

Inevitably the majority our in-person public events remain on hold for now, but we do have a rolling programme of ongoing virtual public events, details of which can be found on our events page.

Cotswold Archaeology will react accordingly when the Government feels able to unwind its lockdown restrictions and we will update this notice as the situation evolves.

Neil Holbrook
Chief Executive

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