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How to conduct a Simple COVID-19 Risk Assessment for Your Small Business

adjusting to COVID-19 guidelines

With the Governments annoucement last night, giving certain businesses the green light to reopen under strict COVID-19 guidelines, it’s even more important that we all adjust to the ‘New Normal’ as quickly as possible. 

 

Conducting a COVID-19 Risk Assessment for your business will help you make sure you are meeting the guidance as laid out by the Government.

 

If you haven’t managed to find the Government’s COVID-19 industry-specific guidance for operating in the new circumstances, here is the link;

 
 

Construction and Other Outdoor Work

Factories, Plant and Warehouses

Labs and Research Facilities

Offices and Contact Centres

Other People's Houses

Restuarants Offering Takeaways and Deliveries

Shopping and Branches

Vehicles

How can you conduct your COVID-19 Risk Assessment?

 
We are just starting ours and thought it might be useful to share what we have prepared, in case it’s of any help for smaller businesses.
 
Please bear in mind that we are not health and safety experts so you must do your own research but we thought it might be useful as a starting point.

COVID-19 RISK ASSESSMENT
 

Essentially,  your risk assessment should address the following areas:

 

We also have a downloadable ‘New Normal’ guide  that you may find useful.

 

 

If you would like any further advice or guidance about COVID-19 safety and social distancing products and signs please do not hesitate to get in touch.

 

0121 354 1010 or hello@adventuregraphics.co.uk

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