AS the tourism and hospitality sector in Northern Ireland sets its sights on a July 3 reopening date, local company Mercury Security and Facilities Management (MSFM) is helping businesses open their doors safely to staff and public.
Mercury has been working around the clock to support businesses since the outbreak of COVID-19 and now, with many retail outlets already open and dates in place for the licensed and hospitality trade, the company is helping organisations get back to work as restrictions ease.
As well as providing security solutions to protect empty properties during lockdown, MSFM also offers a specialised deep cleaning service and supplies sanitisation stations to help organisations minimise risk to staff and visitors.
In addition, the Mercury TC-1 thermal camera offers much-needed reassurances to returning companies and staff by enabling the speedy detection of a high body temperature – one of the first symptoms of Coronavirus – in just under a second.
Mercury CEO Frank Cullen welcomed the re-opening of retail and hospitality outlets but also urged caution. “This is great and very welcome news for our tourism industry and the wider economy,” said Frank, “and it’ll be wonderful to see our hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes open again and bustling with good craic.
“However, we all must be careful and ensure that proper procedures and ‘fit-for-purpose’ safety solutions are in place as we open our doors and go forward. We’ve heard of hotels, bars and restaurants in Florida closing their doors just one week after reopening and need to be sure this doesn’t happen here.
“Our COVID-19 packages will help take the strain off business owners and ensure that everything is done in a safe and compliant manner.”
For further information on Mercury’s COVID-19 packages, email email@example.com or call 028 9262 0518.