Making your workplace COVID-secure
How to ensure your premises are safe for staff, visitors, tradespeople and others during coronavirus.
When the Government announced plans in May 2020 for businesses to return to work after the COVID-19 shutdown, it emphasised the need for all workplaces to be “COVID-secure”. But what does this mean in practice?
Simply put, a COVID-secure workplace is one which has been made as safe as possible for staff, visitors, tradespeople and anyone else who might spend time there while the coronavirus risk remains.
But because businesses vary so widely, and operate from such diverse premises and sites, there’s no one way to make a workplace COVID-secure. Instead, each business must consider the official government rules and guidance and take from it what specific measures it should implement to protect its workers, visitors and other people.
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