Risk assessment

  • It is very important to carry out risk assessment in line with the Ministry of Health Covid -2019 Protocols and Guidelines.
  • Consulting with your workers and other stakeholders

Taking body temperatures and wearing face masks

  • Taking temperatures of all workers at the entrances
  • Those whose body temperatures exceeds 37.5 degrees Celsius should be advised to seek medical assistance
  • Wearing of face mask appropriately all the time

Develop cleaning, handwashing and hygiene procedures

  • Encourage people to follow the MoH guidance on hand washing and hygiene procedures
  • Provide hand sanitizers around the work place
  • Frequently cleaning and disinfecting objects and surfaces that are touched regularly
  • Enhance cleaning of busy areas
  • Setting a clear use and cleaning guidance of toilets
  • Provide hand drying facilities

Help People to work from home

  • Discuss home working arrangements
  • Ensuring they have the right equipment, for example remote access to work systems
  • Including the in all necessary communication
  • Looking after their physical health

Maintain social distancing

  • Where possible you should maintain 2m between people by
  • Putting up signs to remind workers and visitors of social distancing guidance
  • Avoid sharing workstations
  • Use floor tape or paint to mark areas to help people keep a 2m distance
  • Switch to seeing visitors by appointment only if possible

Where people cannot be 2m apart, manage transmission risk

  • Keep the activity time involved as short as possible
  • Use screens or barriers to separate people from each other
  • Stagger arrival and departure times
  • Reducing the number of people each person has contact with using ‘fixed teams or partnering.


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