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Some things to consider when implementing your organisations Covid-19 strategy:
What is physical distancing?
Physical distancing, sometimes known as “social distancing”, is about keeping a safe distance from others. Physical distancing means remaining two metres away from other people. This is important to help protect us from COVID-19, which spreads via droplets from coughing and sneezing.
Staying two metres away from others is an effective measure.
General Working Arrangements
• Keep team sizes as small as possible.
• Keep a record of who is in each team every day as you may be
required to track back for contact tracing.
• Site teams are encouraged to put forward split/alternating shifts to
avoid extensive intermingling to reduce potential of exposure.
• Work site is to be segregated into zones (or by other methods) as
much as possible to keep different teams/trades physically separated
at all times.
• Where possible, apply a one-way system in high-traffic areas, such as
lifts, stairwells and scaffolds.
• Where practical, all office employees supporting a project work
• When using a vehicle, limit this to one person per vehicle if possible
• Limit visitors to site where ever possible.
• Introduce staggered start and finish times where possible to reduce congestion and contact.
• Monitor site access points to enable physical distancing – you may need to change the number of access points, increase to reduce congestion or decrease to enable monitoring.
• Where entry systems that require skin contact e.g. fingerprint scanners are used, a guide must be followed.
• Require all workers to wash or clean their hands before entering and leaving the site.
• Allow plenty of space (two metres) between people waiting to enter site.
• Regularly clean common contact surfaces in reception, office, access control and delivery areas e.g. scanners, turnstiles, screens, telephone handsets, desks, particularly during peak flow times.
• Where possible, conduct a remote induction before arrival on site, this can be done via video conferencing or by phone. If an in-person induction is required, reduce number of people and hold them outdoors wherever possible.
• Only absolutely necessary meeting participants should attend.
• Attendees should be two metres apart from each other
• Rooms should be well ventilated / windows opened to allow fresh air circulation.
• Hold meetings in open areas where possible.
• Meetings are to be held through teleconferencing or videoconferencing where possible.
• Provide additional hand washing facilities to the usual welfare facilities on large, spread out sites or significant numbers of personnel on site.
• Ensure soap and fresh water is readily available and kept topped up at all times.
• Provide hand sanitizer where hand washing facilities are unavailable.
• Regularly clean the hand washing facilities and check soap and sanitizer levels.
• Sites will need extra supplies of soap, hand sanitizer and paper towels and these should be securely stored.
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