To discover the Recovery Roadmap, the document that outlines a re-opening timetable, dependent on whether the appropriate social distancing guidelines can be adhered to and the Government’s five tests:
- Protecting the NHS
- A falling death rate
- R less than one
- Testing and PPE in place
- No risk of a second peak being met.
Many businesses operate more than one type of workplace, such as an office, factory and fleet of vehicles. You may need to use more than one of these guides as you think through what you need to do to keep employees safe.
Construction and other outdoor work
Factories, plants and warehouses
Homes for people working in, visiting or delivering to home environments
Labs and research facilities
Offices and contact centres
Restaurants offering takeaway or delivery
Shops and branches
Public Transport guidance
Guidance has been issued which details that if you are able to work from home, then you should continue this for the foreseeable future. All workers who cannot work from home should travel to their workplace either by bike or walking or private car. They should avoid public transport where possible.
International and Domestic Freight Transport Guidance
International and domestic freight transport (including by air, ship, road and rail, including roll-on/roll-off transports) is classified by UK government as an essential activity in the context of its travel advice. The advice against non-essential travel is not intended to apply to international and domestic freight transport.
Full details of the guidance, can be found here.