At Commercial & Domestic Investigations, we are committed to delivering our services to the highest standard. We have already implemented our Business Continuity Plan for a pandemic outbreak.

This includes:

  • Ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of our services.
  • Reducing the possible impact to our office locations.
  • Ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our staff.

To help provide more visibility into our strategy, we wanted to communicate additional details about our plans.

As part of our business continuity plan, our Senior Management Team are carefully monitoring the development of the Coronavirus outbreak across all our operating locations across the globe.


Our Services

As the COVID-19 epidemic continues to evolve, we want to let you know that we have a comprehensive plan in place to ensure the continued confidentiality, integrity and availability of our services. Our Business Continuity Plans are tested regularly to ensure we are able to respond quickly to evolving situations, such as the current pandemic, and is part of our commitment to our customers.

Our Office Locations

Our Business Continuity Plans, within the pandemic scenario, requires us to make a number of staged adjustments to how and where our staff work.

These include:

  • Potentially rescheduling any customer meetings or events;
  • Engagement with third-party suppliers over their readiness for dealing with a Coronavirus pandemic;

We’ve already put in place several appropriate and precautionary measures across our office locations. As we’re already accustomed to working remotely we have seen no negative impact to our customers or the services they rely on.

Our Staff

Our staff understand the importance of co-operating with our customers, suppliers and partners during times of uncertainty to ensure the continuation of our business activities.  These plans identify our critical business functions, processes and human response efforts during an incident or disaster.  We’ve already enacted several measures across our business to ensure the continued wellbeing of our staff.

These include:

  • Implementing the guidance from relevant health organisations;
  • Postponement of staff events and social gatherings;
  • Moving meetings from face to face to video conference calls;
  • Home working;
  • Reducing all non-essential travel and / or meetings.

We place the highest priority on the welfare of all of our employees, customers, and visitors. We have implemented several measures to ensure the health and safety of our community, including remote work for all employees, suspending international travel and limiting non-essential domestic travel, reducing large customer events and gatherings, and improving health and hygiene across all office locations by maintaining sanitation supplies and encouraging an “if you are sick, stay home” mindset.

 On-going activities

These include:

  • Daily monitoring of the advice and guidance issued by the Government Department of Health and Social Care, Public Health Authorities and the World Health Organisation;
  • Daily monitoring of reported cases and infection rates;
  • Monitoring of global travel advice;
  • Internal monitoring of absence levels in line with typical measures at this time of year;
  • Internal communications to provide updates to our colleagues.

Infrastructure resilience and reliability

Our infrastructure and security have always supported remote working and we are confident that we have sufficient measures in place to deal with a pandemic.

During COVID-19, as an extra precaution, we’ve enacted our Business Continuity Plans to ensure core business functions and technology are operational in the event of any potential disruption.

Workforce resilience and business continuity

Keeping our operations running is critical to Commercial & Domestic Investigations and our customers. Given our culture, work-from-home practices have always been part of normal business operations. Out of an abundance of caution during COVID-19, we’re supporting all employees, regardless of office location, to be able to work remotely.

We have long recognised the potential risks associated with service interruptions due to adverse events, such as an earthquake, power outage or a public health crisis like COVID-19, affecting our business. This is why we have a Business Continuity Plan in place to provide the policies and plans necessary for protecting our operations and critical business functions.  

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