#BeastFromTheEast: the story so far and what you need to know

RRV in the snow in Burnham-on-Crouch

Thank you to everyone who has been combating the difficult weather conditions so far this week, which are forecast to continue into Friday.

We have asked all staff who have a QR code to scan it and take them to a secure web page in order to keep abreast of any changes to the way we need to operate during these adverse weather conditions. If you haven’t received a sticker, with the QR code on, please speak with your line manager as soon as possible.

A range of staff and volunteers have been proactively ensuring our winter and safety messages are out there, and many have also assisted with crucial media work to demonstrate our resilience and planning, sharing important clinical and ‘keep well’ messages.

A lot of work happens on social media, which we appreciate not everyone uses or gets to see every day; one of the deputy directors Matt Broad, was live broadcasting his day yesterday and into today on Twitter.

It’s really important that our staff and volunteers keep well and safe in adverse weather, and if you face significant problems getting to and from work, to contact your line manager as soon as you can for alternatives. The adverse weather can affect every part of our lives, so if your circumstances have to change because of this, please let your management teams know.

 

Published 1st March, 2018

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