These guidlines have been produced in line with advice and guidance from HM government.

Fitness to work and Isolation

You should not come to work if you are a vulnerable person (by virtue of your age, underlying health condition, clinical condition or are pregnant)

Staff should check themselves, their families and anyone they cohabit with daily, before starting work, for any signs and symptoms of coronavirus (e.g. a new, continuous cough and/or a high temperature)  f you or those around you exhibit symptoms you most contact Donna Blyth or Marcio Assis BEFORE leaving home.

Any member of staff who develops symptoms of coronavirus should be sent home and stay at home for 7 days from the onset of their symptoms.

If you develop a high temperature or a persistent cough while at work, you should: 

1 – Return home immediately
2 – Avoid touching anything
3 – Cough or sneeze into a tissue and put it in a bin, or if you do not have tissues, cough and sneeze into the crook of your elbow.

If the member of staff lives in a household where someone else is unwell with symptoms of coronavirus then they must stay at home in line with the stay at home guidance


Wash hands more frequently than normal.

Wash your hands with soap and water and dry them thoroughly, apply a 70% alcohol-based hand sanitiser and a new pair of gloves.