Following the 2nd wave of Covid-19 in Belize we’ve put in place a number of measures to protect our customers as well as our employees, so we can make sure that our business is as prepared as possible.
We would like to reassure you that we’re actively following all government guidelines as health and safety remains the top priority across our business to protect our customers and our people. Public Health England has advised that people receiving parcels are not at increased risk of contracting the virus as it doesn’t survive long on non-metallic surfaces.
There is currently no impact on our parcel delivery services but you will see some differences in how your courier will go about delivering your parcel from now on as we reduce physical contact.
Contact Free delivery during this pandemic
Contact-free during the pandemic and beyond
We continue to work hard delivering to customers with our range of contact-free delivery and collection options. We’ll continue to do this in the future, to ensure safety and offer further convenience.
We’re encouraging customers to choose their preferred safe place for deliveries by downloading our app and setting their preferences using MyPlaces. This will ensure all future Hermes deliveries will be delivered to the same safe place. Alternatively, parcels can be diverted to a chosen safe place at any time during the delivery process. If a safe place hasn’t been chosen but there is somewhere safe to deliver the parcel, we’ll leave it there and include a photo in the delivery notification email.
If a signature is required, our courier will knock on the door and step aside to allow the customer to answer. The courier will then take a photo of the parcel in the open doorway as proof of delivery.
We’ve added a delivery notification for customers when non-contact deliveries are made in this way. If there is no answer, we’ll attempt delivery a total of three times before returning the parcel to the sender.
When arranging a collection on our website you can select a safe place where you can leave the parcel for the courier to collect. If a safe place hasn’t been specified or isn’t available, the courier will knock on the door and step back to allow the customer to put the parcel on the doorstep.