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Date published: 25th March 2021
North Norfolk District Council recognises that many businesses will be busy making arrangements and adjustments to their businesses ahead of projected re-opening dates; many businesses may be feeling uneasy or unsure how to safely re-open their doors and welcome customers back in to the premises.
To alleviate some of the stress of working out how to re-open safely, the Council’s Public Protection team have put together some checklists and information on best practice for making sure your work place is as safe and COVID-19 compliant as possible.
This includes guidance on completing a COVID-19 Risk Assessment, a Foods Standard Agency re-opening checklist and a list of COVID-19 priority actions for shops and retail businesses.
The business pack contains specialised information for outbreak control, itemised and relevant to each sector operating in the District.
Public Protection & Commercial Manager, Tracy Howard said:
“The Team have responded to business feedback and produced a pack of resources that allows them to follow the guidance in a simple format and reopen safely”
The full list of guidance can be found on North Norfolk District Council’s Support and Advice for Businesses webpage.
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The Government has published updated guidance on Working Safely for the Visitor Economy.
Last updated: 25th March 2021