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Issue 7: COVID-19 risk assessments information and guidance

For those already remobilised to the workplace, those about to, or indeed those planning it, a COVID-19 risk assessment will be fundamental to your successful return.

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COVID-19 contingency planning: Managing water systems and services

As our sector slowly starts its way back to normality (or adjusting to the ‘new normal’) following COVID-19 we are faced with yet another set of challenges as buildings begin to reoccupy; and we are having to, again, amend our approach to water management.

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COVID-19 contingency planning: Managing air systems and services

As our sector responds to the new normal, we recognise that air quality, from an operations perspective, is a key consideration in helping to reduce the risk of coronavirus transmission, while maintaining conditions as optimum as possible for occupants.

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COVID-19 contingency planning: General health and safety considerations for returning to workplaces

As our sector continues to respond to the challenges of managing COVID-19 some workplaces will remain partially occupied or empty, whilst some start to become re-occupied.

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Issue 6: Coronavirus - workplace remobilisation building systems and services information and guidance

As remobilisation builds and we see more organisations opening back up for business, making sure our building systems and services are also ready and compliance is going to be important.

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Issue 5: Coronavirus - workplace support information and guidance

With a back to work message this month and the release of “Our Plan to Rebuild: The UK Government’s COVID-19 recovery strategy” there has been a host of support information and guidance produced for us to consider. So, what does it mean for your organisation?

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Issue 4: Coronavirus and managing buildings

Our management of the COVID-19 pandemic remains, rightly high on the agenda. While many of the initial issues around managing buildings in a “lockdown” have been confronted, there remains much we can be doing to continue to help keep our people and premises safe.

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COVID-19 Vehicle care and maintenance during (and after) the lockdown

During these unprecedented times of pandemic lockdown, most of us are now working from home where possible. There is currently no requirement for the daily commute and your car maybe sitting in your garage, driveway or in the street and getting much less use. Here are some things to consider to keep you on the right side of the law and avoid further disruption.

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COVID-19 Food safety considerations

According to Public Health England guidance released on 25th March 2020, it is ‘very unlikely that you can catch coronavirus from food’. However, procedures to keep those staff working in the food industry are still needed, as is a food safety management system and Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) to keep food safe to eat.

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COVID-19 Homeworker fire precautions

With government advice to contain the spread of COVID-19 resulting in more people spending more time at home, this increases the need to be extra vigilant with home fire safety.

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Issue 3: Coronavirus and workplace health and safety management

With COVID-19 high on the agenda currently we have looked at some of the issues around the outbreak and the effects this could have on your health and safety management.

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Coronavirus outbreak update as of 6th March 2020

Advice around the COVID-19 outbreak is being produced, revised and updated by a number of agencies and organisations, it is also high on the news agenda. With employees and others, as well as employers, now being exposed to a wealth of - not always consistent - messages, information and communication is key. 

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