How to make sure your team can work safely and efficiently from home
On the 3rd March, the Government published their Coronavirus action plan which provided guidelines on what to expect across the UK, as well how businesses should react.
As of 4th March, over 16,659 people have been tested in the UK, of which 16,574 were confirmed negative. Yesterday there were 373 people positively confirmed cases in the UK.
Despite the current low figures, The World Health Organisation has declared that this is a public health emergency of international concern. And the UK chief Medical Officers have raised the risk to the UK from low to moderate.
The advice – as stated in the Government’s action plan and the guide to employers and businesses – is to self-isolate should you suspect symptoms of Coronavirus.
Because of this, Boris Johnson has said that up to a fifth of UK workers “could be off sick at the same time” and it is “highly likely that we will see a growing number of UK cases”.
We have not created this urgent checklist to scaremonger. But to ensure that your business is prepared now for the possibility that your team is not able to come into the office.
Our technicians have created a 4-step checklist, to ensure that it’s business as usual, in the wake of a Coronavirus emergency.