The Water Jetting Association has issued an essential services notification form to assist its members in confirming that they have the right to travel during the Covid-19 emergency. The form can be carried by personnel who work for Water Jetting Association (WJA) members to show police they are authorised to travel on behalf of designated essential services and businesses.
The WJA is the UK’s member organisation for the water jetting industry. Its members include high pressure and ultra high pressure water jetting contractors, equipment manufacturers, equipment hirers and service users. Under emergency government regulations, only people working for essential services and businesses can travel freely during the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic while still observing required social distancing advice.
They include wastewater maintenance contractors, food retailers, storage and distribution facilities and vehicle repair companies. Water jetting operatives involved in water utility sewer cleaning are also designed as key workers under the government’s Covid-19 emergency regulations.