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Ambridge Ceramics Dental Laboratory: New measures put in place to keep staff safe

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Mark Ambridge, Managing Director of Ambridge Ceramics Dental Laboratory shares how they put in place safer working practices to help get their business back up and running following the disruption caused by Coronavirus. Find out how you can work safely here.

Video Transcript

Hello, my name is Mark Ambridge, and I’m the Managing Director of Ambridge Ceramics Dental Laboratory in Ripon, North Yorkshire.

In anticipation of the distancing issues in the full team coming back to work we have introduced specific measures to ensure we can still undertake our work safely, such as maintaining at least two metres apart, we have clear plastic shielding on all the work stations, we’re using a one way system marked out on the carpet, with passing places at junctions, using the advised PPE, most of which we had anyway, bringing pre-prepared meals for individuals staggered lunch breaks and thoroughly cleaning any shared equipment with alcohol wipes.

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