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The Handy Van covering all areas Let us take the stress out of moving, two man large sprinter van Small item collection available Bike ? delivery IKEA collections Single item collection House clearances No job too small Tip runs Look at our reviews! 5* Star Inbox for an instant quote ? Socially distancing rules applied masks and gloves worn check out our page

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What do you love most about your job?

Everyday is a new venture I enjoy meeting new people

What inspired you to start your own business?

From a young age I carried out jobs with my family doing removals house clearances and tip runs after my father had his own fleet of vans I thought this is what I want to do build my own empire. Since starting the business in 2016 the business has grown rapidly the demand for Man n van services has increased by 60% since jan 2018. I work 7 days a week up until 11pm at night and strive for a cheerful professional approach with all my customers. A £30 job is just as important as a £1000 job in my view. I treat everyone with respect and go out my way to guarantee job satisfaction is met...........................................................................

Why should our clients choose you?

We are the fastest most reliable reasonably priced van n man service in the north

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Risk assessment

You should start by updating your risk assessment to manage the risk of coronavirus (COVID-19) in your business. This will help you to understand what you should do to work safely and protect people.

Complete your COVID-19 risk assessment

Social distancing

Where possible you should keep people 2 metres apart. If this is not viable, keeping 1 metre apart with risk mitigation is acceptable.

How to maintain social distancing in the workplace

Cleaning, hygiene and handwashing

Keeping your workplace clean and frequent handwashing reduces the potential for coronavirus to spread. It is a critical part of making and keeping your business COVID-secure.

Cleaning, hygiene and handwashing in the workplace

Ventilation and air conditioning

Good ventilation (including air conditioning) can help reduce the risk of spreading coronavirus. There are simple steps you can take to improve ventilation while maintaining a comfortable temperature in your workplace.

Ventilation and air conditioning

Talk to workers and provide information

Consult and involve people in the steps you’re taking to manage the risk of coronavirus in your workplace so you can:

explain the changes you’re planning to work safely
make sure changes will work and hear their ideas
continue to operate your business safely
Talking with your workers about working safely during the coronavirus pandemic (PDF)- Portable Document Format .

Working from home

If your people are working from home you should:

provide the equipment they need, for example a computer, phone and videoconferencing facilities
keep in regular contact with them, making sure you discuss their wellbeing
How to protect home workers

Vulnerable workers

Make sure you consider the risk to workers who are particularly vulnerable to coronavirus and put controls in place to reduce that risk.

Protect vulnerable workers

More guidance and advice

We have information and advice on other subjects including PPE, air conditioning, and managing work-related stress on our coronavirus page.

Page last reviewed: 2 December 2020

Next review due: 31 December 2020

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

Risk assessment

You should start by updating your risk assessment to manage the risk of coronavirus (COVID-19) in your business. This will help you to understand what you should do to work safely and protect people.

Complete your COVID-19 risk assessment

Social distancing

Where possible you should keep people 2 metres apart. If this is not viable, keeping 1 metre apart with risk mitigation is acceptable.

How to maintain social distancing in the workplace

Cleaning, hygiene and handwashing

Keeping your workplace clean and frequent handwashing reduces the potential for coronavirus to spread. It is a critical part of making and keeping your business COVID-secure.

Cleaning, hygiene and handwashing in the workplace

Ventilation and air conditioning

Good ventilation (including air conditioning) can help reduce the risk of spreading coronavirus. There are simple steps you can take to improve ventilation while maintaining a comfortable temperature in your workplace.

Ventilation and air conditioning

Talk to workers and provide information

Consult and involve people in the steps you’re taking to manage the risk of coronavirus in your workplace so you can:

explain the changes you’re planning to work safely
make sure changes will work and hear their ideas
continue to operate your business safely
Talking with your workers about working safely during the coronavirus pandemic (PDF)- Portable Document Format .

Working from home

If your people are working from home you should:

provide the equipment they need, for example a computer, phone and videoconferencing facilities
keep in regular contact with them, making sure you discuss their wellbeing
How to protect home workers

Vulnerable workers

Make sure you consider the risk to workers who are particularly vulnerable to coronavirus and put controls in place to reduce that risk.

Protect vulnerable workers

More guidance and advice

We have information and advice on other subjects including PPE, air conditioning, and managing work-related stress on our coronavirus page.

Page last reviewed: 2 December 2020

Next review due: 31 December 2020

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This essentially comes down to the nature of the job, the service provider, and your requirements! If you don’t have a lot of objects to transport and they’re fairly lightweight, just one helper may do the trick. However, if you have particularly heavy objects which would be difficult to carry safely as an individual, then it’s important that you request two people, as the last thing you want is your helper to end up with an injury. Always discuss the exact requirements of the job at the outset to make sure that your man & van service knows exactly what you need.

Put simply, a man and van service provides help when you’re moving between locations and are unable to shift all of your belongings yourself. Whether you’re moving house or need help transporting waste to a removal site, a man and van series will help you to load, transport, and unload your belongings so that the process of getting from A to B is seamless and stress-free.

As the name suggests, a man and van service tends to be a ‘one man (or woman!) band’, essentially just one worker doing all the heavy lifting themselves! Although some companies have a couple of helpers, especially for bigger jobs. Removal companies, on the other hand, normally involve bigger operations, providing multiple vans and tracks for larger move around projects. They could even be national companies with multiple trucks and transport vehicles.

Reviews

4.75/5.00

based on 535 reviews

The average rating for Bark Man and Van Services in Manchester is 4.75, based on 535 reviews.

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