Workplace guidance for employers & employees: Covid 19 (Wales)

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To tackle the spread of COVID-19, the Welsh Government introduced the Coronavirus Regulations imposing strict restrictions on gatherings, the movement of people, and the operation of businesses (some of which had been required to close temporarily). 

Incrementally, as a result of regular review of these Regulations, an increasing number of these have been allowed to operate again. Businesses that are permitted to operate, or premises that are allowed to open must do so safely in a way that complies with the Coronavirus Regulations, in addition to other legal obligations imposed on employers (such as health and safety legislation). HSE – Working with Wales: HSE in Wales

Remote First Aid is permitted to support Welsh Business and Organisations in the training of their employees for workplace regulatory needs, such as first aid and food safety training. Training maybe completed by staff returning to the workplace and those on continuing on furlough in preparation for returning to the workplace, such as in Hospitality that is reopening on April the 26th in Wales.

The Welsh Government has produced the five key steps that all those responsible for work in Wales should implement to Keep Wales Safe moving forward.

Business’s that are reopening or preparing to reopen later this month may visit the Business Wales Keep Wales Safe at Work pages for further information for their specific business on dealing with the Coronavirus outbreak.

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