The World Health Organisation declared Covid-19 a global pandemic on March 11, 2020.
Even before that date, the number of global respiratory infections has increased exponentially, with all sectors of society, even those without underlying health problems, appearing to be at risk.
Evidence now confirms that even fully-fit individuals can fall victim to the disease.
This pandemic highlights the needs for absolute hygiene integrity in all Cleanroom environments.
Jackie McMahon Construction are totally committed to supplying and maintaining safe environments as a priority.
We also take the health, safety and well-being of our committed employees very seriously. What we’re all experiencing right now is unprecedented and demands a diligent approach by every company and individual within it.
In response to recommendations by the Irish Government and World Health Organisation, we have implemented a number of precautions to protect our employees while at the same time, continuing to supply critical services to our customers in a safe and professional manner.
Our employees are set up to work from home if they feel ill, are ill, or have come in contact with anyone exhibiting any signs of the Coronavirus
We have enhanced our internal procedures related to personal hygiene, which were already of the highest standard and in addition, we are increasing our own high levels of sanitising our premises regularly.
Internal social distancing recommendations are already in place.
Jackie McMahon Construction will continue to monitor the global situation as it develops and customers are assured that we will implement any further safety recommendations as they are advised.
Our intention is to continue to provide our customers with the products and services they require without any disruptions.
We urge everyone to stay safe and heed all Government and WHO recommendations.
Jackie McMahon companies are being pro-active to the urgent needs presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
To support life-sustaining and essential services, the company is equipped to reconfigure products for conversion of patient care rooms to negative pressure rooms, in case of shortages of airborne infectious isolation rooms.