Moy Park invests £4 million in protective measures

Moy Park has invested over £4million in safety measures to protect against COVID-19.

The investment includes advanced safety measures which have been rolled out across its facilities since late March, as well as enhanced reward packages for team members to thank them for their efforts as key workers. 

Key measures introduced during this period include the installation of Perspex screens, one-way flow systems on site, staggered breaks and socially distanced rest and break areas as well as additional PPE. The company is also rolling out thermal temperature screening technology at its sites as another protective step to stop COVID-19 entering its facilities.  

Speaking about the investment, Kirsty Wilkins, HR and Performance Director, at Moy Park said; “Safety is a condition at Moy Park, and we have worked tirelessly over the last 11 weeks to implement all best practice measures available to help safeguard our Food Heroes. We follow all government guidelines and created bespoke solutions early on, with many of them now recognised as leading the way for food processors.

“It can be hard to visualise what a food production facility looks likes so we filmed a walk around one of our sites to show how the safety measures work in practice on a typical day. As a food business, we already operate to some of the highest standards globally and our teams work in a controlled hygienic environment, which is routinely sanitised and where strict handwashing and other cleanliness protocols are the norm. Our strategy is focused on doing everything we can to halt the virus from coming into our facilities, and to minimise any potential spread. We will continue to evaluate the situation daily and take all measures necessary to safeguard our staff.” 

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