The fitness and leisure sector has been badly hit by this crisis, and as we approach the end of lockdown there is still no set date for when it can properly reopen in England. With new regulations set to increase workforce health & safety measures and a razor-sharp focus on compliance impending, gyms need to use this extra time ahead of reopening to reflect and adopt new technologies to put them in a position where they can reopen.
The UK has always been a country on the move, but the last few months have seen our public transport network come very close to totally shutting down. The pandemic saw train and bus services restricted to essential travel only, with the number of journeys on national rail falling to just above 10 percent of their average. As the public transport sector begins to slowly open up once more to the wider public, a number of measures will have to be put in place to help keep passengers and staff safe from the threat of Covid-19.
While many businesses and premises across the globe remain shut, essential facilities like grocery stores, hospitals and transport hubs continue to operate with the additional challenge of keeping employees and patrons safe while social distancing. Managing critical operations such as cleaning, security and maintenance during a global pandemic is a delicate balance of trying to maintain business continuity and business objectives whilst also keeping staff and customers safe by complying with health & safety regulations. In this blog we will outline how to deploy the ‘just-in-time’ operations tactic across your venue to maximise your output with limited resources.
Topics: Frontline Workers, HelpingTheFrontline, Coronavirus, Covid-19, social distancing, frontline management software, workforce management app, frontline collaboration, employee safety, Just in Time, Just in Time Operations