Following the Prime Minister’s announcement, we wish to advise that our factory based in Tauranga will now be operating as of Tuesday 28th April.
Gartshore takes its employees and customers health and safety as the number one priority, and have instated a comprehensive COVID-19 Level 3 Risk Management Plan to ensure that they are able to continue to provide the service that customers have come to expect of the leaders in their industry.
In order to continue this world class service whilst meeting this health and safety obligation, management have called upon the skills of New Zealand’s leading industry and governmental resources regarding COVID-19 risk management, and have incorporated this into a comprehensive plan to protect all that meets, and exceeds, industry standards.
This communicated plan not only ensures that workers are kept safe at work by eliminating any high-risk processes, using appropriate personal protection, physical separation, control and sanatization of previously shared spaces and resources, to name but a few, it also carefully and thoroughly manages the risks associated with inward and outward-bound goods.
This includes processes related to any waste streams that may be generated. The plan ensures complete contact traceability and looks after workers welfare before they come to work and when they leave.
With the devastating impacts COVID-19 has had on the manufacturing industry, we would like to extend a helping hand for any projects that require large scale joinery and cabinetry.
Gartshores have supplied small and large projects with custom joinery throughout NZ and the South Pacific for the past 62 years. While most other companies rely on outside organisations, suppliers, and contractors, thereby losing a crucial element of control, we’ve invested in our own resources to be the most efficient company in its field – and it is proven capable during these challenging times!
To contact us, please email email@example.com to speak to one of our staff to help minimise any impact this might have on your business.
These are unprecedented times for us all, and we urge you to please take care, stay safe, and to follow the advice of the Government & Ministry of Health.