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The Government has published new guidance covering the public health principles for reducing the spread of respiratory infections, including COVID-19, in the workplace.
Across Greater Manchester, business leaders and owners have played their part in helping prevent the spread of coronavirus throughout the pandemic.
As we learn to live safely with coronavirus, there are actions we can all take to help reduce the risk of catching COVID-19 and passing it on to others.
The UK Health Security Agency has set out new public health principles for workplaces, businesses, organisations and employers in England to consider in managing the risk to their workforce from respiratory infections such as COVID-19. These include encouraging and enabling vaccination, considering ventilation and maintaining a clean workplace.
Whilst there is no longer an expectation that every employer will consider COVID-19 explicitly in their risk assessment, employers should continue to comply with their legal obligations to their staff.
At the Hub we've collated a range of tools and resources to help you maintain the safety of your workplace. Don't forget that our team of experts are on hand if you need support - get in touch today to arrange an appointment.
Actions to reduce the spread of respiratory infections, including COVID-19
Managing your people throughout COVID-19
Hear from leading experts discussing some of the key issues to consider relating to people and access our guidance in supporting your teams to develop their skillset, manage their mental health and wellbeing and travel safely during the pandemic.
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