England has now moved to Step 4. Review our guide to find out what changed on 19 July.
Across Greater Manchester, business leaders and owners have played their part in helping prevent the spread of coronavirus throughout the pandemic.
Although the majority of legal restrictions were lifted on 19 July, as England moved to Step 4 of the roadmap, you should continue to manage the spread of coronavirus and keep protecting your staff, customers and visitors. As we start to live with COVID-19, it is now more important than ever that we all come together to protect ourselves, our colleagues and our city.
To support businesses through this new phase of living with the virus, the ‘Working Safely’ guides have been updated to provide advice on sensible precautions employers can take to continue managing the risk of COVID-19 in their workplace or setting.
While, the instruction to work from home where possible no longer applies, the government recommends that businesses start planning a gradual return to the workplace over the summer, the timing and phasing of which should be discussed with your employees.
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.
Making your workplace safer during COVID-19
The single most important consideration for any business leader is the safety, health and wellbeing of your employees. This will include giving consideration to ventilation, maintaining hygiene standards and completing a health and safety risk assessment that includes the risk from 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.
The information provided is meant as a general guide only rather than advice or assurance. GC Business Growth Hub does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information and professional guidance should be sought on all aspects of business planning and responses to the coronavirus. Use of this guide and toolkit are entirely at the risk of the user. Any hyperlinks from this document are to external resources not connected to the GC Business Growth Hub and The Growth Company is not responsible for the content within any hyperlinked site.