Safe Distancing COVID-19

Vehicle delivery

At the Grosvenor Group we have adapted our vehicle delivery process to ensure we practice safe distancing and hygiene rules at all times for Grosvenor Leasing and Interactive Fleet Management customers, and their drivers.

This short video (to your right) explains our COVID-19 delivery procedure, to give our customers every reassurance that they can take delivery of vehicles with complete peace of mind.

Also, to help your drivers become safer on the road as lockdown eases, we are pleased to offer a free driver training module from leading online driver training experts, E-Training World.

Please feel free to share this with as many drivers and employees as you wish. The link below takes you to a page on the E-Training World web site where you can access the module.

https://e-trainingworld.com/driving-again-module-from-e-training-world/

Visits to the Grosvenor Group

Safe hygiene and distancing measures are in place at our office, for all staff and essential visitors.

We are promoting online meetings at all times, however if a visit is deemed essential we take everyone’s safety and wellbeing extremely seriously.

  • All visitors check in electronically and have their temperature taken
  • Everyone entering and leaving the building is asked to use the hand sanitiser available by the main door
  • Clear signage in reception, and on the floor, promote safe distancing and hygiene

For everyones safety, all visitors entering the building to wear a face mask at all times. 

We thank you for your cooperation

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