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11 Aug 2020

Coronavirus (Covid 19) Update August 2020

Mayfield Yarns Production

We continue to experience unprecedented times with the challenges of operating in a safe and compliant manner whilst meeting the needs of our customers. As business activity begins to revive across Europe, Mayfield Yarns is committed to providing full operational capability to supply the full range of yarn preparation services our customers expect.

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27 May 2020

Mayfield Yarns Production

Production at Mayfield Yarns is continuing during the Coronavirus pandemic. We continue to strive to meet customer expectations whilst taking great care to respect the need for social distancing and to comply with all health and safety requirements.

Production at Mayfield Yarns is continuing during the Coronavirus pandemic. We continue to strive to meet customer expectations whilst taking great care to respect the need for social distancing and to comply with all health and safety requirements.

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14 May 2020

Spread of Covid 19 Coronavirus : Risk Assessment

A full risk assessment has been conducted by Mayfield Yarns management and reviewed by staff to mitigate against the risk of spreading Covid-19 Coronavirus at the workplace.

Company Name for risk assessment is Mayfield Yarns. The date of the initial risk assessment was 8th April 2020 with an updated assessment review conducted on 12th May 2020 The Hazard risk identified was the potential spread of Covid-19 Coronavirus. The at risk categories were identified as 1. Employees 2. Site visitors 3. Drivers 4. Contractors The following actions have been put in place and the full risk assessment is detailed on the site’s notice boards. Item 1. Health advice. Public health advice notices are on display referencing how to help reduce the spread of the virus. Item 2. Symptoms of Covid-19. If anyone becomes ill at the workplace with symptoms they will be sent home and advised to follow stay at home guidelines. If a member of staff has confirmed that they have developed Covid-19 and have recently been on the premises, the General Manager will contact Public Health England and take appropriate advice Item 3. Hand washing. Facilities are in place for hand washing and hand drying with disposable paper towels. Every employee on site has been issued with their own personal hand gel sanitiser to use. Each machine bank and office location has antibacterial disposable wipes for use. Hand washing posters are on display and all staff are encouraged to regularly wash hands. Item 4. Cleaning routines. Daily cleaning routine is adhered to by dedicated staff. Frequent cleaning and disinfecting of objects, surfaces and door handles. Item 5. Social distancing. Staff have been reminded about social distancing rules and guidelines. Rest areas and smoking points are marked with 2 metre distancing strips. Where possible one operator is allocated to one machine. Internal meetings have been reduced to minimum attendance levels with messages communicated on 1:1 basis following social distancing guidelines. Where larger gatherings are required these are held in open areas allowing for appropriate social distancing to be maintained. Rest breaks rescheduled to allow for minimal occupancy of rest room at any one time. Item 6. Use of PPE. Disposable Gloves, disposable face masks and face shields are available for use on request and on demand. Held by Operations Manager. All other normal PPE available as required from management Item 7. Visitors to site are limited to essential visitors only as pre-arranged with management. The host is responsible for ensuring that their visitor complies with all site rules including social distancing. Item 8. Visiting drivers to site are to stay inside their vehicle where this does not compromise safety or safe working practices. Access into site buildings is permitted only for the use of washroom facilities and all social distancing measures are to apply Iain Bradley General Manager

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