Tasman’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Message from our Managing Director
As the global outbreak of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) develops and continues to impact communities across the world, all our lives will undoubtedly be affected, in some way or another.
At Tasman our main, and primary concerns are the health and wellbeing of our employees and their families, clients, contractors, visitors and suppliers, as well as the communities in the Countries in which we operate.
Tasman is committed to, and continuing to support our customer base, from each location, to ensure we can deliver our services and equipment in a timely and safe manner. We are obviously monitoring the situation and we are working with the relevant Governments and WHO guidelines, adapting our procedures to comply with measures being implemented as and when they occur.
We are maintaining our ability to deliver drilling tools, to all our markets, without delay, and have the following in place to ensure we continue to do this, without risk to any of our team, or the teams of our clients and suppliers:
- Our management and staff are complying to all government measures and recommendations which are in effect, within the operating regions.
- All our staff that can work from home are now doing so.
- Staff and visitors attending an operational facility are subject to temperature screening and offered guidelines for health and well-being practices. Minimum contact procedures are also in place.
- Business continuity plans are in place and adaptable, to ensure we are there to meet our customers needs as we move through the processes to contain this pandemic.
- Our normal channels of communication continue to be open and will be maintained even if working remotely.
The situation is changing daily and we are continuing to adapt. As a result, we will update our position when necessary and maintain contact.
Please stay safe through these difficult times.
If you have any feedback or would like any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us, by reaching out on:
Tasman Group Managing Director