As a response to the Government’s announcement regarding phased re-entry to workplaces, Actavo Events has launched a new service to equip, support and advise Irish businesses to re-open, while remaining fully compliant with social distancing guidelines. The ‘re-opening business packages’ is a controlled and measured approach that will enable employers, workforces, and clients to return to the workplace, in a manner that will protect their safety and well-being.

In terms of the delivery of its ‘Re-opening Business Packages’, the Actavo Event’s team are working closely with Government, statutory/sporting bodies, construction/education/hospitality/retail, sectors, tech, and pharma companies, along with the events industry across Ireland and the UK. The company’s skill set and experience are enabling it to pivot its event knowledge and infrastructure to execute a prompt turnaround on behalf of businesses.

The Workplace package includes workstations and training facilities that are designed and delivered to the client’s requirements while ensuring Covid-19 compliance & a safe working environment.

The Business package includes perimeter fencing; queuing system; signage gantry; a point of entry thermal screening; contactless hand sanitiser; branding and signage.

Paul Griffin, Commercial Director of Actavo Events said: “In direct response to the impact of Covid-19 on businesses, Actavo Events has developed a comprehensive range of ‘re-opening businesses packages’ that will enable businesses and employees to return to the workplace in line with the phases outlined by Governments. The aim is to enable companies to adapt to the changed environment. The team has extensive insight and experience with indoor and outdoor events to deliver this service and provide the infrastructure that is compliant with social distancing.”

As part of this launch Actavo Events is also supporting a number of Event Industry initiatives that include a series of event informative webinars, Covid-19 Events Industry Task Force, EIAI Covid19 compliance training, and AIST Hardship Fund.