LAUNCHED just under three months ago locally based BAS Protective Screens have had an overwhelming response including work at Heathrow airport.
The vehicle adaption speciliasts, who adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic to provide protective screens, are thrilled that they have enabled many businesses to return to work and be able to offer their services as quickly and as safely as possible.
When deciding to launch the screens the safety of the products was of the utmost importance and as the screens have undergone extensive EU testing and are available with an Automotive Homologation Certificate of Compliance,the company felt assured in offering these to the UK market.
One of the many big companies who showed an interest in the screens was Heathrow Airport for use in their buggies, which are designed to transport disabled and less mobile passengers around the terminals and after a meeting between the airport and BAS North West MD Bill Bradley, the work was scheduled to be completed in August.
Last week Bill accompanied by Technical Director Scott, travelled to Heathrow and began the fitting process.
Each buggy has had three large screens and one small screen fitted to them and these have provided a protective barrier between the driver and the passengers who are being transported around the airport, helping to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The remaining work is scheduled to be completed by the end of the month.
Commenting on the work for Heathrow, Bill said: “This is just one example of how these screens are enabling businesses to get back to work as safely as possible. The screens are giving confidence to both businesses and customers and we really hope we can get more businesses resuming their services, without feeling the need to compromise on the number one priority, which of course is safety!”
If you would like any further information on the BAS Protective Screens, you can visit the website https://basnw.co.uk/product-category/vehicle-adaptation/protective-screens/ or contact the office on 0161 776 1594.