Covid-19: Star Refrigeration urges refrigeration users to remain compliant

Glasgow, UK: Star Refrigeration warns users to ensure plant and equipment remains legally compliant during the coronavirus pandemic.

Star is advising customers that it is crucial to consider legislation relating to refrigeration and HVAC equipment. The Health & Safety Executive recently stipulated the need for duty holders to remain compliant with regulations during the Covid-19 lockdown.

In line with government guidance, Star is carrying out vital service work for existing customers, to ensure continuity and compliance with refrigeration industry regulations. Star is also providing critical repair and maintenance services to essential industries during the Covid-19 pandemic.
 
James Ward, operations director, Star Refrigeration says: “We are continuing to undertake all essential maintenance work to ensure the smooth running of equipment and compliance with HSE regulations. Despite the current circumstances, it is important that plant operators continue to meet ongoing legal requirements.”
 
“Star is committed to carrying out the necessary inspections and taking corrective actions to support our customers and provide continuity throughout this challenging time,” Ward says.
 
Star’s nationwide refrigeration engineering team is continuing to operate in order to provide an essential support service for food production, processing, storage and distribution. Throughout the lockdown, Star has also provided critical repair and maintenance for cooling systems in key industries, including healthcare and IT/communication.

www.star-ref.co.uk  

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