In recognition of K M Group's growth and development over the last 10 years, and to celebrate a decade in business, a brand new Website is being developed by our specialist team. There has been a slight delay in the schedule due to the Pandemic, but the new Website will be announced here shortly.
Under our Corporate Social Responsibility ethos, the K M Group of businesses are continuously monitoring the World Health Organisation's, the National Heath Services', Public Health England's and the UK Government’s updates and guidance regarding Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 2019-nCoV that can become COVID-19, and we are also taking precautionary steps to protect the health of our Workforce, Clients, Suppliers and the general public at large. We have shared details of the recommended preventative measures everyone needs to take, as advised by the UK National Health Service, and via UK Government briefings and World Health Organisation's advisory guidance, issued through official communication channels.
Thusly, we are continuously reviewing our Business Continuity plans, that include the possibility of dealing with a Pandemic. We will continue to update these plans as necessary, as we learn more about the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 2019-nCoV COVID-19 situation, to meet our service obligations to our Clients and the wider Community at large.
We are continuing to work closely with our critical suppliers to ensure they are taking appropriate action, and they can continue to provide essential goods and services to us, in order for us to be able to continue to service our obligations efficiently and effectively, to the Clients we serve and the wider Community.
In respect of our services delivery, we have been advised that any contact with drinking water systems is safe, as Novel Coronavirus SARA-CoV-2 2019-nCoV that subsequently becomes COVID-19, is a Respiratory system illness, and on the basis of current available knowledge, is not transmitted through tap water. For further reassurance, where we are installing new Water Mains, the virus would be eliminated very effectively by our normal process for potable water supply for drinking water treatment, especially in the primary disinfection and sterilization processes we implement, colloquially known as Chlorination within our Industry.