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It’s good to be back. Take a look at our health and safety commitment now that we have reopened.

Working From_ Somewhere Safe

It feels good to be back. Take a look at our commitment to ensuring our members are returning to a space that’s safe and secure so they can focus on their work, with as little distraction as possible.

Pantry space in Southwark

Keeping things clean

No surprise here. We’ve increased the frequency of our cleaning, upgraded to medical-grade sanitisers and implemented routine deep cleans. Sanitising stations will be placed in key areas, with increased cleaning practices across high contact points like printers, door handles and phone booths. Whenever possible, we’ll keep doors open to help with airflow and work towards a low-touch policy.

Library area in Chicago for anyone to use

Mind the gap

Here at WF_ we’re adhering to local government guidance on covid safety.

In London, though social distancing rules have eased, we ask you to still be mindful of other members and staff personal space. And don’t forget those masks! We really appreciate all members wearing them when moving in and around to keep your fellow members and our WF_ team safe, especially in enclosed spaces like our lifts.

In Chicago, you’ll see signage in and around the space as a reminder to keep a safe distance from other members. We’ll limit elevator usage to four guests at a time, and extra credit to those that take the stairs. As far as seating goes, we’ll ask members to sit apart from each other, with some seats being off-limits so no one gets too cosy. And don’t forget those masks! We appreciate all members wearing them to keep fellow members and our WF_ team safe.

For more information about local safety guidance, feel free to hit up the team in Southwark or Fulton Market.

Comfortable lounge area

Keeping things fresh

Good air quality and the right level of humidity is important for a healthy building and the people inside it, and our brand new air handling system will increase its fresh air intake and reduce recirculation, whilst keeping humidity at tip top levels. We’ll also be taking extra care of our plants which will help improve air quality within our spaces.