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Working safely during coronavirus (COVID-19)

By July 27, 2020National News

Updated 28th September

Heritage locations

Updated guidance on thinking about risk (section 1), keeping your customers, visitors and contractors safe (section 2), who should go to work (section 3) and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and face coverings (section 6).

Hotels and other guest accommodation

Updated guidance on managing risk (section 1.1), keeping your customers, visitors and contractors safe (section 2), who should go to work (section 3) and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and face coverings (section 6).

Performing arts

Updated guidance on thinking about risk (section 1), who should return to training, rehearsal and performance (section 2), managing performances (section 3), hair and makeup (section 4.16) and face coverings (section 6.2).

The visitor economy

Updated guidance on managing risk (section 1.1), managing your customers, visitors and contractors (section 2), who should go to work (section 3) and face coverings (section 6).

Updated 18th September

Close contact services

Updated guidance on Test and Trace data and display of NHS QR codes (section 2.1), providing reading materials (section 5.2), and PPE requirements around goggles (section 6.1).

Restaurants, pubs, bars and takeaway services

Added information on penalties for breaching the rules (section 1.1) and updated guidance on Test and Trace data and display of NHS QR codes (section 2.1).

14th September

Added priority actions to take to protect staff, visitors and customers in different workspaces

These 14 guides cover a range of different types of work. Many businesses operate more than one type of workplace, such as an office, factory and fleet of vehicles. You may need to use more than one of these guides as you think through what you need to do to keep people safe. Further guidance will be published as more businesses are able to reopen. 

If your business is reopening soon, you can use this guidance finder to help you find the information most relevant to you. Find guidance for your business. 

There is different guidance for educational and childcare settings  and public transport operators. 

For more information go to the Government website 

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