The Scrappers Ltd Covid 19 Information

Resource for staff members and customers at The Scrappers Ltd

The Scrappers Ltd COVID-19 Back To Work Safety Induction Update

COVID-19 (Which is short for COrona VIrus Disease 2019) is a highly transmissible disease that has had over 2 and a half million cases and 190,000 fatalities as of 27th April 2020. The virus mainly spreads through small respiratory droplets that are transmitted by sneezes, coughs or when people interact with each other through a close proximity. These droplets can then be inhaled, or they can land on surfaces that others may come into contact with, who will then touch their nose, mouth or eyes.

The virus can survive on different surfaces from a period of a few hours (Such as cardboard or copper) or up to a few days (plastic and stainless steel). Symptoms of COVID-19 vary in severity from having no symptoms at all (being asymptomatic) to having fever, cough, sore throat, general weakness and fatigue and muscular pain and in the most severe cases potentially leading to death.

Taking the above into account it is therefore important that good hygiene controls are implemented and maintained through the workplace to reduce likelihood of transmission and to protect yourself, your co-workers and anyone you may come into contact with for example family members at home


Social Distancing Guidlines

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Hand Hygiene Guidlines

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Mask Fitting Guidlines

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Return to Work Hygiene

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Hygene At Work Guidance

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COVID-19 Induction Confirmation

All staff Members need to read the documents on this page in full, its our customers and staff members safety at risk, you must follow the back to work guidlines throughout your shift, no excuses, you will be asked 5 questions from the information we have provided as a check, when you have read all the COVOD-19 documents please fill on the form to confirm you have read and understand the guidance given to you!.

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Guidance Notes are regularly revised and updated to reflect current best practice and take account of revised standards or legislation.