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In accordance with the expert guidance of local public health authorities ASL is taking a number of actions to protect the health and well-being of both customers and employees, stemming the spread of COVID-19. See how ASL’s preparing to reopen its doors, providing a protected environment to which you can safely return:

New measures

  • COVID declaration and controlled access
  • Face masks – Regardless of vaccination status, facial coverings must be worn while moving around the building or in close proximity of others.
  • Clear screens –  ASL has installed plastic screens to shield both customers and employees.
  • New contactless electronic sign-in. – Allow visitors to sign in using their personal smartphone, simply by scanning your secure QR code.
  • Social distancing – ASL still recommends, distancing where possible, with additional signage and by limiting the number of visitors in the building.
  • Improved cleaning protocols – ASL continues to observe elevated cleaning and sanitizing protocols that meet or exceed public health guidelines.
  • Added Sanitising stations- ASL provides sanitiser stations for everyone to use when inside the building
  • Contactless temperature checks and regular lateral flow tests – Twice a week ASL employees are advised to take a lateral flow test to ensure they are ready and able to work.
  • Regular maintained fresh air circulation – ASL’s fresh air system ensures air is circulated.


This demonstrates ASL’s commitment to meeting or exceeding all public health mandates, as it is everyone’s responsibility to protect each other. Annette mentions: ‘We continue to closely monitor guidance from local and national health authorities and will update our procedures as needed to adhere to the most effective health and safety standards.’

Along with the listed improvements, we have also taken this opportunity to refresh our brand, which is evident in and around the office. We do hope you enjoy the new experience.

We look forward to welcoming you back through our doors.




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