Supporting the built environment: our COVID-19 response

Stroma Group remain fully operational and ready to serve our clients and members with environmental sustainability and compliance services during the Coronavirus outbreak and beyond.

“Following the outbreak of COVID-19, Stroma has taken decisive steps to protect the safety and health of our team, whilst continuing to operate in support of our clients. Our key workers have conducted ongoing maintenance of national infrastructure; building control teams have collaborated in the delivery of NHS nightingale facilities and sustainability teams have kept construction moving."

It is important that we help the built environment industry deliver safe and sustainable buildings and infrastructure across the UK.”

Martin Holt, CEO

Safety. Sustainability. Compliance

During the Coronavirus pandemic, we have followed all Government advice and self-isolation guidance.

• Building Control Surveyors, Air & Acoustics Engineers and Rope Access Technicians are not required to attend the office environment to carry out their work. Read about our Site Operating Procedures

• Our mobile working infrastructure is robust, allowing site operatives to work efficiently at home via a WiFi enabled device

• Meeting, webinars and collaborative working sessions can take place using Microsoft Teams or video technology as an alternative to face to face meetings

• Our Technical Support, Administration and Operational teams can work via a combination of office and home working to maintain service levels

Risk Assessments

Stroma have completed COVID-19 Risk Assessments, in compliance with the Government’s guidance on Working Safely during COVID-19 in offices and contact centres, for the following office(s) that are currently open:

Stroma have written the risk assessment(s) in consultation with our employees and Health & Safety Consultant. If you have any questions please contact us by emailing healthandsafety@stroma.com

Latest COVID-19 Updates

Statement regarding Coronavirus
COVID-19 Guidance for Energy Assessors