COVID-19 SHOP VISITOR RISK ASSESSMENT
This risk assessment has been created to evaluate the risk to shop visitors from COVID-19 at:
Celtic & Co Shop
Unit B Treloggan Estate
Controls described in this document have been implemented to minimise the risk to visitors of contracting COVID-19 whilst in the Shop, following UK Government (GOV) regulations, Health & Safety Executive (HSE) guidance and best practice within the shop.
This assessment will be updated if significant changes are required or controls adjusted.
The Shop will be only open to the public if it is legal to do so.
Celtic & Co. will follow guidance and comply with legal requirements published by HSE and GOV taking reasonable steps to protect visitors from COVID-19:
We have carried out a COVID-19 risk assessment and shared the results with the people who work here.
We have cleaning, handwashing and hygiene procedures in line with guidance.
We have taken all reasonable steps to help people work from home.
We have taken all reasonable steps to maintain a 2 metre distance in the workplace.
Where people cannot be 2 metres apart, we have done everything practical to manage transmission risk.
Don’t visit if you are unwell. As per GOV regulations visitors shouldn’t leave their home to visit the museum if they have:
Any symptoms of coronavirus (a high temperature, a new, continuous cough or a loss or change to sense of smell or taste)
OR Are waiting for a coronavirus test result.
OR Have tested positive for coronavirus Within last 14 days.
OR live with someone who has symptoms, is waiting for a test result or has tested positive in the last 14 days.
OR someone in their support bubble has symptoms, is waiting for a test result or has tested positive in the last 14 days.
Maintain 2 metre social distancing. Social distancing is a primary action to prevent transmission. Visitors should keep 2 metres apart from each other unless from the same household (see GOV regulations). To enable this we have implemented the following:
Restricted visitor numbers – to avoid over-crowding.
Limited closure of areas where distancing cannot be maintained
Designated route for all visitors to follow to avoid over-crowding.
Queuing floor spot signs
Children to stay under supervision of parent /guardian at all times.
Visitors will be encouraged to wash hands throughout their visit using our hand sanitiser station.
An enhanced cleaning regime is in place. The Shop will be cleaned daily before opening and whilst open to the public.
Toilets and changing rooms for visitors will not be available to reduce the risk of transmission.
It is a legal requirement for visitors to wear a face covering when visiting shops in England. Face coverings should be viewed as an additional control alongside the key controls of social distancing, hand washing and enhanced cleaning regimes and not instead of.
Front of house staff members will be wearing PPE as an additional precaution when interacting with visitors.
Till point has clear acrylic barrier between staff and visitors.