Risg Solutions offers professional customised health, safety, environmental, quality and fire management solutions. Our goal is to support your company in complying with your legal and moral duties, whilst also positively impacting your financial and business performance.
We cover Cardiff, Carmarthen, Swansea, Neath, Newport, Pembrokeshire, Wales & Borders..
Swansea: 01792 721750
Cardiff: 02920 099450
Information and statistics on the Coronavirus, or COVID-
Here are our top tips for protecting your workplace and your employees:
Encourage Regular Handwashing
Remind employees that the best way to prevent the spread of the illness is to regularly wash their hands and avoid touching their mouth, eyes or nose. Washing hands with water and soap for a duration of 20 seconds, rubbing and lathering the backs of the hands, between the fingers and under the nails, is the most effective method. In order to time 20 seconds while washing your hands, you can hum or sing the "Happy Birthday" song twice from beginning to end.
To reinforce and remind employees that they should be washing their hands regularly, place signs around the building and especially in public areas such as bathrooms and food preparation areas. Ensure that the soap dispensers are kept topped up as undoubtedly, they will run out sooner than before. Hand gel is a good second choice option, only when employees do not have access to running water to wash their hands.
Perform Routine Environmental Cleaning
If anyone with COVID-
Actively Encourage Sick Employees to Stay Home
It is recommended from health professionals that employees that have symptoms of acute respiratory illness stay home and not come to work until they are free of fever, signs of a fever and any other symptoms for at least 24 hours, without the use of fever-
Have an Open Dialogue and Share Objectives with Employees
Employers need to consider how to best decrease the spread of acute respiratory illnesses and lower the impact of COVID-
● reducing transmission among staff
● protecting people who are at higher risk for adverse health complications
● maintaining business operations
● minimising adverse effects on other entities in their supply chains
The government has declared coronavirus a “serious and imminent threat” to public health, and a coronavirus action plan has been made public. It believes that it may be possible that a fifth of the workforce could be off sick during the peak of an epidemic. As and when more is discovered about the disease and what, if any, impact its course has on the UK, the government will provide further updates on how plans are being adapted to respond to specific, changing circumstances. In the meantime, the Health and Safety Executive are providing helpful advice <<here>>.
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