Archives for 6 April 2021

All Seven Westminster City Council Leisure Centres achieve Fit for Business certification

Westminster City Council has become one of the first boroughs in the UK to achieve the independent ‘Fit for Business’ certification administered by Right Directions and Tillr, by implementing Covid-secure measures aligned with safety guidance issued by the Government. 

The certification indicates that careful considerations have been made towards creating a safe environment for staff and leisure guest and that stringent safety measures have been implemented to prohibit the spread of Covid-19. 

Everyone Active, the leisure contractor that managed the day-to-day running of Westminster’s leisure centres have set out some of the safety procedures that have been put in place on their website and are keen to highlight all of the hard work that has gone on behind the scenes to ensure centres are ready to reopen once restrictions are lifted on 12th April 2021. 

Sagar Barua, Relationship Manager-Leisure from the Physical Activity, Leisure and Sport team at Westminster City Council said “We are delighted to be one of the first boroughs in the Country to achieve the Fit for Business accreditation. It’s important that we continue to strive for excellent standards in cleanliness and with instilling Covid-Secure measures and this certification gives our residents and visitors the confidence they need to return to our centres when we re-open on the 12th April. The Fit for Business accreditation ensures that we are achieving the very highest standards in safety measures & procedures and it’s a testament to the fantastic staff and centres in Westminster, and our partners Everyone Active”.  

All seven Westminster City Council Leisure Centres were awarded the certification and include; 

If you would like to find out about the safety procedures implemented at the leisure centres, please check out the Safety information pages on the Everyone Active Website, using the navigation bar to the right of the screen to see the general and activity-specific measures.