TWO WAYS GLOPAN CAN PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS:

REOPENING YOUR BUSINESS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE UK GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES.

With new guidelines for opening the UK now being communicated at the UK Government, business owners should prepare for what that reopening may look like. But they must develop and implement appropriate policies, in accordance with regulations and guidance, and follow industry best-practices, regarding:

Social distancing – Temperature checks – Business travel – Face coverings – Sanitation

Use and disinfection of common and high-traffic areas

Employers should monitor their workforce for indicative symptoms and by no means allow symptomatic (visibly sick) people to physically return to work until cleared by a medical provider. Business owners are also being asked by the UK Government to develop and implement policies and procedures for workforce contact tracing following a positive employee coronavirus (COVID-19) test.

The HSE requires that employers protect their employees from recognised hazards. As an employer, it is your duty to provide a safe work environment, so having a plan in place should someone be infected with COVID-19 is critical. Screening and testing sites are becoming more prevalent and provide symptomatic individuals and trace contacts with access to results to prevent the spread.

REOPENING YOUR BUSINESS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE UK GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES.

With new guidelines for opening the UK now being communicated at the UK Government, business owners should prepare for what that reopening may look like. But they must develop and implement appropriate policies, in accordance with regulations and guidance, and follow industry best-practices, regarding:

Social distancing
Temperature checks
Business travel
Face coverings
Sanitation

Use and disinfection of common and high-traffic areas

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Employers should monitor their workforce for indicative symptoms and by no means allow symptomatic (visibly sick) people to physically return to work until cleared by a medical provider. Business owners are also being asked by the UK Government to develop and implement policies and procedures for workforce contact tracing following a positive employee coronavirus (COVID-19) test.
The HSE requires that employers protect their employees from recognised hazards. As an employer, it is your duty to provide a safe work environment, so having a plan in place should someone be infected with COVID-19 is critical. Screening and testing sites are becoming more prevalent and provide symptomatic individuals and trace contacts with access to results to prevent the spread.

Disinfection of High-Traffic Areas

High-traffic or high-touch point areas in workplaces should be cleaned multiple times every day using fully compliant disinfectants with REACH, CE, COSHH and OSBA approval. Examples of high-touch areas in workplaces:
  • Stair railings
  • Bathroom doors
  • Door knobs/door handles
  • Water fountain buttons
  • Faucets
  • Elevator buttons
  • Light switches
  • Computer keyboards/mouse
  • Telephones
  • Remote controls
  • Tables
  • Countertops
  • POS systems
  • Credit card terminals
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CLEANING AND DISINFECTING ARE NOT EQUAL

Remember cleaning and disinfecting are not the same thing.
Public Health England makes a strong differentiation. According to the Public Health England:

CLEANING AND DISINFECTING ARE
NOT EQUAL

Remember cleaning and disinfecting are not the same thing.Public Health England makes a strong differentiation.

According to the Public Health England:

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