COVID 19 Hospitality Risk Assessment
COVID 19 Hospitality Risk Assessment now available
To assist hospitality settings return to work as quickly as possible, SMSE are offering a FREE COVID19 Hospitality Risk Assessment template for hospitality businesses, such as hotels, restaurants, cafes, that can be used by businesses to identify controls and help them return to work in the coming days and weeks. The COVID 19 risk assessment has been based on the latest Government guidance and includes industry COVID best practice as outlined by Hospitality UK.
We have produced an example Hospitality COVID19 risk assessment template which shows the approach enforcing authorities such as the HSE expect a hospitality business to take when carrying out a risk assessment for COVID-19 in the workplace. If you own or run a Hotel, Pub, Restaurant or Cafe, then the new hospitality COVID19 risk assessment template will allow you to quickly produce a detailed assessment of your business and open as quickly and efficiently as possible.
The risk assessment can be downloaded here:
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