Wildlifeonmull Covid-19 Health and Safety Risk Assessment
Here at Wildlifeonmull Tours, YOUR health and safety is of paramount importance to us during your time with us!
Social distancing measures
- All individuals involved in the wildlifeonmull tour will be signposted to the current stay alert and social distancing guidance and that they or members of their household should not attend the tour if they are unwell with symptoms of COVID-19.
- People from different households should at all times be aware of social distance between one another. Precautions are in place to minimise contact and ensure the timeframe is as short as possible. Even although the governments guidelines have removed the 1 m separation we have kept the use of masks while on the vehicle
- Visitors should avoid touching property belonging to others
The government has launched an NHS Test and Trace service to manage the risk of the virus re-emerging. The service:
gets in touch with anyone who has had a positive test result to help them share information about any close recent contacts they have had; and
alerts those contacts, where necessary, and notifies them they need to self-isolate to help stop the spread of the virus.
Further information can be found online including for contacts of people with possible or confirmed COVID-19 infection who do not live with the person and for places of work.
Wildlifeonmull – Risk Assessment
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