We would like to update all of our customers with regard to University of Wolverhampton Science Park (UoWSP) conferencing service provision, in light of the current Covid-19 situation.

The University of Wolverhampton Science Park (UoWSP) is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all of its staff, tenants and visitor community. As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, this has meant several changes to operations in order to maximise safety for the short-to-medium term.

A thorough risk assessment has been carried out and the conferencing department is following the Government guidelines, in order to allow users of our facilities to remain safe.

Customer Notice For Safe Meetings

If you need to cancel or postpone your booking then please contact the conference team as soon as possible. We are more than happy to discuss your plans further and will work with you to ensure that all necessary precautions are being taken.

We will continue to keep you updated on any further changes during this evolving situation via the University of Wolverhampton Science Park web pages https://www.wolverhamptonsp.co.uk/conference-facilities  and through direct contact from the Conference department.

New Guidance on Face Coverings at UoWSP

Many of you will have seen that new Covid-19 rules for staying safe this winter have been introduced. In light of these new guidelines from the Government, we strongly recommend all tenants, staff and visitors who are not exempt, wear a face-covering around the Science Park.
This includes:
  • Communal areas, e.g. reception areas, corridors, stairwells and catering outlets.

Find out more about the current guidelines in place here

Alert Level System In Place

As part of the continuous review cycle we have decided to adopt a new approach to Covid19 and we will be implementing this with effect from Monday 11th October 2021. From this date we will operate on two alert levels: Medium and High, to ensure that processes are simple and easy to follow. These are briefly described below and comparisons can be seen in the table. Full details of the approach / levels can be found in the guidance HERE. Please ensure you circulate this to your staff on site so they are aware of the impact when the alert level changes.

Customer helpline:

01902   518906