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Covid-19 Back to Work Templates

Carrying out a COVID-19 Risk Assessment is one of the 5 steps the Government stipulated as necessary in order to manage the risk of the spread of Coronavirus and ensure the safety of staff and volunteers returning to work.

A Return to Work Covid-19 Charity Blank Risk Assessment Form template can be used to write in your findings: hazards you have identified; existing controls; further measures and actions required and when they have been completed. A worked example of a charity office risk assessment form and a worked example of a charity shop risk assessment form are also available. The worked examples can assist by prompting the identification of hazards, those at risk, controls undertaken and further actions.

It is imperative that each risk assessment is specific to each charity, location, department, employee and volunteer and that all measures, controls and actions are carried out and not just recorded on the form.

The Government advised that all employers with 50 employees or more must share the completed COVID-19 risk assessment forms with their workforce, but it is recommended that all employers should do so, even if they have less than a total of 50 employees and volunteers.

The Covid-19 Daily Health Declaration Email for Staff, Contractors, Volunteers and Visitors (Charity) is for completion on a daily basis to confirm that they have not knowingly been in contact with an infected person, have been maintaining social distancing and do not have symptoms themselves. The Covid-19 Daily Health Check Declaration and Attendance Record (Charity) can be used to collate those Health Declarations daily.

These documents are also available in the Health and Safety Folder and the Employment Folder.

These Covid-19 Back to Work Documents are part of the Corporate Documents Folder. Just £35.00 + VAT will provide you with 1 year's unlimited access to download all/any documents from the Corporate Documents Folder.

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