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Worcester Bosch celebrates successful safe installer commitment

Published: 24 June 2020 - Alex Fordham

Since Worcester Bosch launched its 'Safe in Your Home Installer Commitment' on 1 June, as of 23 June, 2,935 installer companies have signed up to the scheme. It's estimated by the boiler manufacturer that by the end of June this will surpass 3,000 sign-ups.

Since Worcester Bosch launched its 'Safe in Your Home Installer Commitment' on 1 June, we wanted to share news that as of 23 June, 

 

2,935 installer companies have signed up to the scheme. It's estimated by the boiler manufacturer that by the end of June this will surpass 3,000 sign-ups.

The Commitment is a safety pledge where installers who sign up receive a pack of digital tools to help them undertake work in customers’ homes safely and securely. Many installers are supporting the initiative on social with their kits arriving this week.

Matthew Brome, Brome Gas Heating and Plumbing Services, commented: “With the social distancing that’s in place, it’s good to show customers our checklist so they are aware of what I’m about to do. Precautions we take start from a phone call with a series of questions, before a home visit with the appropriate safety equipment and measures.

“Safety is always a priority and it’s more important now than ever to maintain the safety and wellbeing of customers and engineers.”

Leon York, Leon York Heating, also commented: 

“We’ve been issued a checklist that we are following to ensure ourselves and our customers are safe. We’re proud to be part of this pledge, and this means using clean hygiene, clean uniform, clean hands, gloves, masks and all the PPE required to keep our team and our customers safe.”

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