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As England  Opens Up With Covid-19 Restrictions What Can You Now Do To Keep Your Staff And Yourselves Safe?

As England  Opens Up With Covid-19 Restrictions What Can You Now Do To Keep Your Staff And Yourselves Safe?

As  England has now moved into stage 4 of the government’s roadmap many employers are asking, what can we still do to protect ourselves and staff.

It comes down to a right that everyone has always had. Don’t let people into your premises you don’t want there.

In the new circumstances we find ourselves in, that means keeping Covid-19 away. The government’s Working Safely guidance sets out a range of mitigations employers should consider including:

  • cleaning surfaces that people touch regularly
  • identifying poorly-ventilated areas and taking steps to improve air flow
  • ensuring that staff and visitors who are unwell do not enter.
  • communicating to staff the measures you have put in place,

 

The Graham Agency, keeping you informed.

 

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