People Based Solutions Corona Virus Risk Asessment

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To compete this risk assessment fill in the required information and then press next to take you to the next page. This risk assessment is a large document and may not be ideally suited to completion on a mobile phone. You may complete the form on a tablet using our tablet app or on a pc or laptop by following cutting the following url and pasting it in to your browser. https://www.peoplebasedhr.co.uk/people-based-solutions-corona-virus-risk-asessment/  The page is password protected with the password: RA.pbs2020!  N.B. you can not access this page via the app, if you want to access this page from your phone or tablet you will need to close the app and open your phone/app’s web browser and input the url into the browser  In line with GDPR, as this risk assessment may contain personal or sensitive information the information you input is not saved or stored. The form produces a non-editable PDF.  You may prefer to download the Risk Assessment as a Word document. There is a link to download a MS Word version of the Risk Assessment on the web page given above

This risk assessment is in 14 sections. As you complete each section, press “Next”  to move to the next section.

N.B. the Company Name, the date of the Risk Assessment the e-mail address and the name of the Risk Assessor are required fields.

Please give the e-mail that you want the risk assessment sending to.

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Risk: Contaminated surfaces

Hazard: Viral Transmission by contact with contaminated surfaces.

Risk: Staff and visitors may contract the virus by touching contaminated surfaces.

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Risk: Building layout

Hazard: Viral Transmission by from a co-worker or colleague as the office layout doesn’t keep staff and visitors 2 meters apart Viral Transmission by from a co-worker or colleague as the office layout doesn’t keep staff and visitors 2 meters apart

Risk: Staff and visitors may contract the virus from a member of staff co-worker or visitor as a result of not being 2 meters apart.

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Risk: Social interaction

Hazard: Viral Transmission by from a co-worker or colleague as certain business functions require colleagues to work in close proximity to each other.

Risk: Staff and visitors may contract the virus from a member of staff co-worker or visitor due to close proximity during: Team Meetings, , Interviews, One to Ones, Performance Reviews and other encounters with people.

 

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Risk: Close proximity

Hazard: Viral Transmission by from a co-worker or colleague as result if certain areas of the workplace being congested at certain times.

Risk: Staff and visitors may contract the virus from a member of staff co-worker or visitor as a result of being in close proximity during arrival/leaving times or break and lunchtimes.

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Risk: Communal areas

Hazard: Viral Transmission by from a co-worker or colleague as result of sharing communal spaces.

Risk: Staff members may contract the virus as a result of sharing communal spaces with colleagues such as canteens, kitchens, canteens, and drinks stations.

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Risk: infected employees

Hazard: Viral Transmission by from a co-worker or colleague who is infected with COVID 19

Risk: A member of staff who is aware of symptoms coming into work.
Or a member of staff who is a member of a household where members of the household are socially isolating due to corona virus symptoms coming to work

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Risk: Infected household members
Hazard: Viral Transmission by from an employee to a member of their family or household. Risk: An employee who shares a household with a person who clinically extremely vulnerable and clinically vulnerable and as a result shielding; putting that household member at risk in serious illness or death.

Hazard: Viral Transmission by from an employee to a member of their family or household.

Risk: An employee who shares a household with a person who clinically extremely vulnerable and clinically vulnerable and as a result shielding; putting that household member at risk in serious illness or death.

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Risk: Vulnerable and extremely vulnerable employees

Hazard: Severe illness or death as a result of contracting COVID 19 in the workplace.

Risk: Employees who are clinically extremely vulnerable or clinically vulnerable may contract the virus from a co-worker or colleague potentially resulting in serious illness or death.

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Risk: Pregnant employees

Hazard: A pregnant employee contracts the virus at work

Risk: A pregnant employee may be at greater risk of serious illness or death if they contract the virus.

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Risk: Employees with a physical impairments
Hazard: An employee with a disability contracts the virus at work Risk: An employee with a disability may be at greater risk serious illness or death if they contract the virus.

Hazard: An employee with a disability contracts the virus at work

Risk: An employee with a disability may be at greater risk serious illness or death if they contract the virus

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Risk: Steps to eliminate risk have an adverse impact on some employees

Hazard: The steps you taken to eliminate the risk have a negative impact on employees with protected characteristics.

Risk: An employee with a protected characteristic (e.g., a disabled wheelchair user) is unable to operate safely or effectively in the new office layout.

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Risk: Public transport
Hazard: Employee subject to greater risk of contracting the virus due to using public transport Risk: Employees being put greater risk of contracting the virus due to having to use public transport at peak times as a consequence of workplace start and finish times.

Hazard: Employee subject to greater risk of contracting the virus due to using public transport

Risk: Employees being put greater risk of contracting the virus due to having to use public transport at peak times as a consequence of workplace start and finish times.

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Risk: Anxiety and stress
Hazard: Employees subject stress and stress related illness, which could have a detrimental effect on their psychological and emotional well- being. Risk: The stress resulting from their home environment as a result of steps to minimize the impact of the virus, or anxiety created by changes in work patterns and arrangement in response to the virus could result in in psychological damage or exacerbating pre- existing mental health conditions.

Hazard: Employees subject stress and stress related illness, which could have a detrimental effect on their psychological and emotional well- being.

Risk: The stress resulting from their home environment as a result of steps to minimize the impact of the virus, or anxiety created by changes in work patterns and arrangement in response to the virus could result in in psychological damage or exacerbating pre-existing mental health conditions.

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N.B. your risk assessment is not saved or stored, and you will be e-mailed a non-editable pdf file.
Please ensure that you are satisfied with the risk assessment before you press submit!

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