While many of us are still unsure of when we will be returning to work, what is clear is that all businesses must complete a risk assessment on their premises prior to staff returning.

Above all, we advise that you continue to follow government advice at all times in order to avoid a potential outbreak at your workplace.

Many of our clients have been using Safety for Work to adapt to remote working and using this time to get staff up to speed with working at home safely and/or other compliance training, but when the restrictions are slowly lifted and businesses are allowed to resume some normal working practices, you will need to consider some possible changes to workplaces to keep employees safe.


Some areas we have identified that businesses may be required to address are:

  • Adapting to Remote Working Training;
  • Providing Risk Assessment templates for your business premises, activities and more importantly providing assistance and guidance in its completion and the inevitable adaptations to these as further guidance is released;
  • Legionella Management following extended closure of premises;
  • Introducing social distancing policies and procedures;
  • Online Returning to Work (during & after COVID-19) training;
  • Coronavirus Disinfection;
  • Site Protection – including Social Distancing Signage & Strips, PPE (Hand Sanitiser, Gloves, Face Masks), Protection Screens, Hand Sanitiser Stations;


Safety for Work can produced a “Covid Compliance” package to assist businesses in these unprecedented times and to help you work towards best practice with the social distancing measures and other advice from the government.

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