Belinda Liversedge asks waste management company FCC Environment how to manage the risks to workers from Covid-19.
Along with countless medical and care professionals, frontline staff in the waste and resource management industry are also identified as key workers. And, as the prime minister has unveiled a “conditional plan” to reopen society in the face of coronavirus, the waste sector has been adapting to the new normal for several months.
I caught up with Paul Stokes, head of safety, health, environment and quality (SHEQ) at FCC Environment, a waste management company headquartered in Northampton with 248 sites across the UK. We wanted to find out how FCC Environment, a British Safety Council’s Sword of Honour winner, has been handling the impact of the virus.
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