50 ways to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in your workplace
The list below identify 50 of the most effective methods use to help prevent the spread of COVID-19:
Make sure a risk assessment has been carried out.
Make sure you have assigned a Health Representative.
Make sure the work place remains clean by putting in regular cleaning/wipe-down times more in high footfall areas.
Introduce the staggered entry.
Place marks on the floor to ensure social distancing.
Arrange a one way system to avoid collisions in busy areas.
Manage outside queues to avoid crate a risk inside your premisses.
change checkin and check out times to avoid over crowding within the reception area.
encourage contactless payments.
Make staff accessible to guest vie email or phone.
Reduce the amount of deliveries by ordering more less frequently.
Require regular had washing and the use of sanitiser.
Post hand washing sign in toilets.
Post sanitiser sign in common areas.
Minimise use of lifts.
Consider using pERSONAL protective Equipment (PPE).
Drop room service trays from outside guest rooms.
Collect room service trays from outside guest rooms.
Cleaning keys between guests.
Shut shared shower facilities.
Encourage guest to call reception if the need assistance or room service.
Ensure venue is well ventilated opening doors and windows when able.
Install high-efficiency air filters.
Increase the ventilation rates in the work place.
Install temporary windows for customer service.
Encourage sick workers to stay at home.
minimise contact between workers.
Provide storage for employee clothing and bags.
Wash uniforms onsite.
Place workers back to back rather then side to side or face to face.
keep activity times as short as possible.
Reduce the number of people each employee has contact with.
Lower congestion by having more entry/exit points to the work place.
Replace face to face meetings with virtual communication platforms.
cancel nonessential travelling.
Provide workers with an up-to-date education and training on the COVID19 guidelines and regulations
Training workers on how to use protective equipment and clothing
Develop an emergency communications plan
When an employee starts to feel ill, follow the guidelines within your preparedness plan/risk-assessment.
If in need of assistance call the national health line or NHS hotline
If possible place the infected person in an isolated room
Offer the infected person a mask
Make sure your workplaces are clean and hygienic
Store the contact details and the names of all participants for at least 28 days. This will help Health Authorities trace those that was exposed to COVID-19. if one or more participants become ill shortly after the event.
If someone has been suspected of becoming i contact with the virus let ll participants who where in contact with the person be aware, advising them to check their temperature twice a day and to monitor themselves for 14 days
When a temperature is developed of 37.3c or more send the employee home advising them to stay self isolated for 14 days.
Ensure any dinning or bar area is in compliant with the UK government regulations.
close shared facilities and other communal areas where social distancing caNnot be manage
Frequently check for latest government gCovid19 regulations and guidelines
This is is made up of factual information provide and shared within the UK government Covid19 Guidelines and Regulations.