This Worked Example COVID-19 Re-open Hotel/B&B Risk Assessment Form
template has been provided to help assessors get started when they carry
out a COVID-19 risk assessment for their particular hotel or bed &
This example risk assessment form is based on a hypothetical medium sized
hotel with restaurant and bar, with indoor and outdoor seating
availability. A booking reservation system is in place for hotel rooms and
dining. It provides for individual rooms with en-suite bathrooms and suites
with a shared bathroom, and room service. The content of this worked
example can also assist with B&Bs.
This document should only be used as a guide/hints list when applying the
COVID-19 Return to Work Blank Risk Assessment Form to your own premises.
It is imperative that any risk assessment is specific to each business,
location and department and that all measures and controls are carried out
and not just recorded on the form. It is important to make sure that “you
have done enough” in your risk assessment.
This example risk assessment is designed to help a hotel or B&B
business complete reasonable and practicable measures and controls to
enable employees and guests to return safely. The application of the
COVID-19 risk assessment form presumes that the hazard is the risk to staff
and guests (and delivery personnel as appropriate) of being infected by the
Coronavirus within the relevant location.
The “Existing Controls”, “Further Measures” and “Action Required” details
serve as hints only and may or may not apply to your particular
environment. Such controls and measures will depend entirely on your
company’s / business’ current health & safety procedures and the steps
that you have taken (and will take) in respect of managing the risk of
coronavirus infection in your particular hotel or B&B.
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