RSA publishes Covid-19 pre-start-up business guide
Following on from the government’s advice to get back to work, we know that some of your customers may be re-opening or beginning to think about re-opening their business.
As a lot of businesses have been closed for long periods of time due to the coronavirus pandemic, there are likely to be a number of checks that will need to be carried out in order to ensure safe restoration of site operations. Our guide offers advice in the following areas:
- General checks
- Equipment start-up
- Storage security and training
As businesses continue to face potential risks, our teams are working hard to help both you and your customers alleviate them where possible. View our complete risk bulletin library here.
All documents produced provide general best practice advice with respect to control measures and risk mitigation during the present Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. This applies where not in conflict with current government advice.
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