Added on: 11th June, 2020 by O1
Fri, 12 June 2020
The government has said that all businesses opening on 15th June must have carried out a risk assesment.
The risk assessment for your business should address the risks of COVID-19, using the government guidance to inform your decisions and control measures.
Your risk assessment will help you decide whether you have done everything you need to. If you have fewer than five workers, or are self-employed, you donít have to write anything down as part of your risk assessment.
Measures identified to control the spread of corona virus will vary from business to business and you should give careful consideration to how your specific cirumstances impact exposure to risk in your premises. However,
You can download a free example Risk Assessment HERE
You can download a free template Risk Assessment HERE
The government has said businesses should publish their Risk Assessments online (businesses with over 50 employees are expected to do so).
Covid-19 Secure Poster
The government also recommends displaying a poster in your work place to show you have followed the government guidance.
You can download this Covid-19 Secure Poster to print and display HERE
If you have difficulty downloading or printing this, please contact us and we can provide you with a copy.
A form for recording return to work interviews with employees can be downloaded HERE
A set of directional/instructional signage can be downloaded HERE