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- RISK ASSESSMENT MODULE

 Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic - Safe Operation - Building/Facility General

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Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic - Safe Operation - Building/Facility General

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Assessors Name 

MID_4655

QMS/Work Instructions

Date of Assessment

Gillian Harwood

16-07-2020

Next Review Date 16-07-2021

Names of Employees Consulted

Hazard Risk Rating

Paul Cowley

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Required to Complete this Activity

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Legislation, guidance and information used in support of this assessment

Other Risk Assessments Cross Referenced Potential Risk Rating

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic - Safe Operation - Sta & Sta ng Areas Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic - Safe Operation - Activities

Potential Harm/Consequence 1

Likelihood That Harm Will Occur

Insigni cant

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Very Unlikely

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Minor

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Unlikely

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Moderate

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Possible

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Major

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Likely

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Catastrophic

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Who May be Harmed

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Information

The risk rating indicates the level of response required to be taken when adding actions to the improvement plan (RRP). Ratings between 15 and 25 require an urgent review of existing control measures.

Risk Rating With Current Control Measures In Place

Sample of any Reviewed Control Measures

Very Low Risk 1 - 2

No action required

Low Risk 3 - 6

Monitor

Medium Risk 8- 12

Action required

High Risk 15 - 16

Urgent Action

Critical Risk 20 - 25

Work Must Stop and take immediate action

Additional Control Measures Required

Potential Risk Rating After Additional Control Measures Implemented

Keeping up to date with o cial guidance

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Current Control Measure in Place

VERY LOW Risk Rating

If the Risk Rating is 15 or more and no further control measures are practicable, add the risk to the H&S Risk Register.

Hazard

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Lack of up-to-date information regarding the virus

Attendance at Covid-19 clinics, webinars and other CPD

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Regular review of NGB advice and guidance

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Following advice and guidance from industry bodies such as CIMSPA, UKactive, RLSS, PWTAG Reviewing best practice examples from within the industry Reviewing other sectors where applicable −

Information - Responsibilities 

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Lack of up-to-date information regarding the virus

Covid-19 Response Team established. <Nominated individual(s) or role(s)> develop sources of information to keep up-to-date with the latest guidance available on managing the response to the pandemic and feed this into the risk assessment process

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Access points to premises

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Preventing the spread of Covid-19 in the building - General

No restriction of entry and exit points to the premises which reduces the control of persons entering/exiting the building/area

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Suitable locking/closing mechanisms available on non-emergency exit doors

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Phoenix team to ensure control measures are put in place pre open and post

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Restricted entry/exit on some external doors (not compromising emergency exits)  View Files

Automatic Doors to allow access and exit into the building

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Queue system with conceirge in place at the enternace of building Information on display at enternace informing people of safe distance and other COVID-19 procedures in place

Capacity - Group Exercise

Customers in close contact with other customers and visitors to the facility resulting in incorrect social distancing

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Group exercise class capacity reduced Group exercise classes take place in auditorium to maintain social distancing Group exerise class admissions controlled by online bookings system All group exericse classes must be booked to ensure occpancy to controlled Group exercise tness equipment spaced out for correct social distancing Cleaning stations located in the area of the tness class COVID-19 Signage in place to imform customers of safe distance and other COVID-19 procedures in place Hand sanitisers in place in the absence of water facility Cleaning regime in place around tness classes Equipment is cleaned by customer before and after use

Capacity - Gym

Customers in close contact with other customers and visitors to the facility resulting in incorrect social distancing

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Gym occupancy reduced to 33

Customer Adult

Equipment placed in main gym, upper gym and upper auditorium, to ensure soical distancing is maintaned when equipment is in use

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Access is booked online

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Gym admission is controlled by online booking system

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Gym equipment is space out to ensure socail distance is maintained Cleaning stations located throughtout gym COVID-19 Signage in place to inform customers on social distancing and other COVID-19 procuedures in place Cleaning regime in place Equipment is cleaned before and after use Workout sessions restricted to 90 minutes only then 15 minutes cleaning time

Capacity - Pool Customers in close contact with other customers resulting in incorrect social distancing

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Pool bather loads restricted to 30 Activity booked online Sessions restricted to 90 minutes only, then 15 minutes cleaning Lifeguard on pool at all times Lifeguard to control access in and out of pool Large pool only

Small pool closed

No belongings or swimming equipment to be left on poolside 3 Double Lanes to be used, with 10 people maximum in each lane

Touch points

High touch points increasing risk of transmission of virus

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High touch points identi ed across all facility areas and used to develop additional cleaning and sanitising points and cleaning regimes

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Door mechanisms

Contact points on doors / revolving doors creating increased risk of virus contamination

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Sensor operated mechanisms in place

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Additional / enhanced cleaning regime in place

Customer Adult

Hand sanitisation provided on entry / exit to activity areas

Customer Child

Arm operated handles in place to reduce hand useage on door handles

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Automatic doors located at enterance and exit Turnstiles located at reception to control access Enhanced cleaning regime on door handles and push plates

Lack of handwashing facilities  Lack of handwashing facilities leading to increased risk of spread of the virus

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Hand soap dispensers checked regularly and re lled Paper towels provided along with foot operated pedal bins Hot water system maintained to provide constant supply Additional hand sanitiser points rpovided around the facility to complement existing hand washing facilities Sanitiser is either anti-viral or minimum 60% alcohol based Hand washing, sanitising, toilet facilities and consumables checked and replenished regularly as part of the enhanced cleaning and inspection regime Su cient planning with consumables suppliers in place hand Dryers to be put out of action - paper towel to be used

Incorrect social distancing

Customers in close contact with other customers and visitors to the facility resulting in incorrect social distancing

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Spectators of lessons encouraged to wait in vehicles or outside

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Signage is in place in toilet areas outlining restrictions (regarding closeness of sinks and urinals)

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Government guidance on social distancing followed

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Close all spectator areas Activities booked online were possible to control numbers Maximum activity numbers de ned contractor signing in procedure Contractor works to ideally take place out of hours −

Customer awareness

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Customer unaware of good hygiene and social distancing practices

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Signage in key facility areas (entrance, reception, changing rooms, toilets, activity areas, sta areas) promoting good hygiene practices and facility social distancing guidelines

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Goverment guidance followed and promoted

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COVID-19 safe distancing and other procedures in place throughtout the building Conceirge to explain new procedures to customers before entering the building Member information pack communicated to customers regarding new procedures

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Access points to premises

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Opening of entry and exit points to premises to reduce touch points and increase ventilation during Covid-19 compromises

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Restricted areas kept locked to prevent unauthorised access

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Or where this is not the case, identify the new controls implemented for these high risk areas

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Existing access controls maintained for high risk area Automatic doors at enterance and exit of building Elbow door opening handle on all doors the require to be pulled to open Doors left open where possible and not at risk of contravaning re risk assessment

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Covid-19 symptoms

Handling customers presenting symptoms whilst in the facility

Customers entering the premises with Covid-19 symptoms

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Clear statement on website and at entrance for customers not to participate or attend if exhibiting any symptoms or been in contact with anyone exhibiting symptoms within the last 14 days

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Customers are tactfully refused entry and directed to stay home, self-isolate and call/email NHS 111

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Government guidance is followed Safe distance to be maintained at all times −

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Social Distancing - Car Parking and Entrance to Building

Over crowding / social distancing  Possible transmission of Covid-19 due to over-crowded parking / failure to maintain social distancing

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Cones, tape or barriers used to direct individuals towards the entrance and to any queuing system

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Activity start times staggered to try to avoid pinch point times in car parks

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The queuing system is positioned closed to the building to ensure segregation of pedestrians and vehicles The ground is marked at 2m intervals to encourage social distancing whilst queuing Litter bins are emptied regulary by sta wearing PPE Conceirge in place to control access to building COVID-19 information located at building enterance Activities limited to 90 minute only −

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Social distancing

Social Distancing - Entering and Exiting the Building

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Possible transmission of Covid-19 due to not following 2m social distancing guidelines

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Social separation queuing system in place from outside areas through to reception The ooring is marked at 2m intervals to encourage social distancing

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Sta are positioned at the entrance door to control entry to reception and maintain 2m separation

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The sta member positioned at the entrance door keeps 2m away from persons queuing Radio communication is in place between the sta member on the door and the manager on duty to not permit further customer admissions to the facility if it has reached maximum capacity Admission is based on a one in, one out basis Occupancy levels are controlled via booking systems Hand sanitiser is available at the point of entrance and exit to encourage good hand hygiene practice Sta check sanitiser levels regularly Doors are kept open, unless automatic, to prevent touching and aid fresh air movement Where possible, entrance and exit doors are separate and are clearly de ned Admission is controlled through online booking and self check in kiosks Automatic doors located at reception to prevent touching and aid fresh air movement

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Social distancing / hygiene Possible transmission of Covid19 due to not following 2m social distancing guidelines Spread of virus due to

Social Distancing and Preventing the Spread of Covid-19 - Reception

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The ooring is marked at 2m intervals to encourage social distancing Sanitiser stations are positioned in reception for customers Sta check sanitiser levels regularly Perspex screens are tted to reception desks to help maintain social distancing Reception desks are extended where it is not possible for reception sta to maintain 2m distance with one another (where more than one receptionist is needed, unless able to work back to back) Only one receptionist is situated at reception where desks cannot be extended and where 2m distance cannot be maintained Floor marking indicate where customers should stand at reception Hand sanitiser is available to receptionists to be used if having to handle cash Card payments and contactless is strongly encouraged Card payment machines are sanitised frequently Customers are encouraged to book online Turnstyles and gates are kept open Tills/touchscreens are sanitised on sta changeover Desks, telephones, radios and PA controls are sanitised on sta changeover and immediately after another member of sta touches them Regular cleaning of the Perspex screen takes place Returned retail stock is isolated for 72 hours prior to placing back on display Hire equipment is sanitised between use / reissue Sta receiving back hire equipment wash / sanitise their hands immediately after handling it Contractors and visitors are signed in/out by receptionists Contractors are provided with guidelines and any rules related to Covid-19 arrangements in advance of their attendance Any visitor passes an keys that are handed out to contractors are sanitised upon return

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Social distancing / hygiene

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Possible transmission of Covid19 due to not following 2m social distancing guidelines Spread of virus due to

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Where practical, ooring is marked to indicate direction of travel through the building Prominent signage is displayed reminding of social distancing guidelines

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Prominent signage is displayed encouraging the use of hand sanitiser

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Hand sanitiser stations are tted throughout, especially at entrances to each activity area, by key touch points and in areas where customers congregate Sta check sanitiser levels regularly Where possible, doors (except re doors) are kept open throughout the building, ensuring air handling is not compromised or any building plant or fabric is not adversely a ected Magnetic door hold openers linked to re alarm or similar noise activated devices are tted to re doors which operate when the re alarm is activated Door handles, push plates and door edges are freqently sanitised throughout the day Where practical, seats and tables are removed or taped over to prevent customers congregating Lifts are restricted to a maximum of one person or more if from one household at a time, e.g. one parent and their child or a disabled customer and their carer Seats and tables removed to prevent customers from congregating Elbow door pulls installed to doors to reduce need to touch handles COVID-19 Signage in place and procedures displayed throughout the building Cleaning regime in place Areas not is use are locked or barriered o

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Social Distancing / Hygiene

Social Distancing and Preventing the Spread of Covid-19 - Technical and Maintenance

Possible transmission of Covid-19 due to not following 2m social distancing guidelines

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Hygiene arrangements

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Access to plant rooms and workshops restricted to authorised persons only

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Sta trained in social distancing good practice Hand Sanitiser available

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Spread of virus due to insu cient hygiene arrangements in plant rooms and technical areas and through

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Hygiene arrangements

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Spread of virus due to insu cient hygiene arrangements on the use of shared tools and equipment

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Only essential tasks completed to maintain safety and quality standards where two people are required to complete the task Where practical, work is completed outside of opening hours to reduce potential for contact with customers

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Speci c risk assessment completed for any essential tasks (e.g. maintenance tasks) where social distancing is not possible

Shared tools and equipment is sanitised by sta at the start of shift or on handover

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Hand sanitiser and wipes are available  View Files  View Links

Hygiene arrangements

Spread of virus due to insu cient hygiene arrangements on the control of contractors

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Contracted work kept to a minimum to maintain safety standards, compliance and essential quality/environmental standards

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Where possible, contractors complete work outside of opening hours

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RAMS are requested and reviewed and include Covid-19 considerations

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Contractors are advised of facility standards on social distancing and hygiene in advance and when entering the facility Contractors are signed in by receptionist or receiving member of sta Quotation work completed remotely where possible Service/inspection sheets are sent electronically −

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Fixed electrical

Statutory Inspections Past Expiry Date

Fixed electrical past due date for inspection

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Housekeeping standards focussed in areas of electrical intake points and distribution boards

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Daily check of building and electrical points to establish if any issues

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Access to local/company electrician to resolve any faults

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Controls reviewed weekly to ensure valid and up-to-date

Fire alarm

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Fire alarm past due date for inspection  View Files

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Inspecting body contacted weekly to establish an inspection date

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Guidance from inspecting body to be obtained in interim period Daily checks on re panel to take place Test of all call points prior to re-opening Controls reviewed weekly to ensrue valid and up-todate

Emergency lighting

Emergency lighting past due date for inspection

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Inspecting body contacted weekly to establish an inspection date

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Daily recorded visual check on all lighting to con rm operational

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Weekly recorded ick tests on lighting to take place instead of monthly Controls reviewed weekly to ensure valid and up-todate All Lights tested prior to opening −

Passenger lift

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Passenger lift past due date for inspection

Customer Adult Customer Child

Assessment made to determine whether lift is critical for essential work

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Non essential lifts closed o to sta and public until satisfactory inspection completed  View Files

Inspecting body contacted weekly to establish an inspection date

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Inspecting body consulted for guidance Insurers noti ed and consulted for advice Additional service of lift arranged until examination completed Controls reviewed weekly to ensure valid and up-todate Guidance from inspecting body has been received and is followed Justi cation for keeping the lift operational is documented, including why it is deemed essential, no signi cant history of issues from previous examinations, and this is veri ed by competent person or inspection body

Pool hoist and disabled hoist

Pool hoist and disabled hoist past due date for inspection

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Inspecting body contacted weekly to establish an inspection date Inspecting body consulted for guidance Additional service of hoist arranged until examination completed Controls reviewed weekly to ensure valid and up-todate Hoists closed o to public as deemed not essential for use Guidance from inspecting body is received and followed Justi cation for keeping the hoist(s) operational due to it being essential is documented, along with justi cation on the basis that there have been no history of issues. This is veri ed by competent person or inspecting body Weekly checks recorded of hoist completed prior to opening to test safe to use

Non-passenger lift

Non-passenger lift past due date for inspection

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Inspecting body contacted weekly to establish an inspection date

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Inspecting body consulted for guidance Daily recorded checks of lift operation and alarm completed prior to opening to test safe to use

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Additional service of lift arranged until examination completed

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Controls reviewed weekly to ensure valid and up-todate Lift closed o as deemed not essential for use Guidance received from inspecting body is followed Justi cation that the lift is essential to use is documented, including that there is no history of signi cant issues. Justi cation is veri ed by competent person/inspection body

Pressure vessels

Pressure vessels past due date for inspection

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Inspecting body contacted weekly to establish an inspection date

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Inspecting body consulted for guidance Additional service of pressure vessel arranged until examination completed

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Controls reviewed weekly to ensure valid and up-todate

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Co ee machine/pressure vessel closed o as deemed not essential for use Guidance from inspecting body is received and followed Justi cation that the pressure vessel/system is essential is documented and includes evidence of no signi cant issues. Justi cation is veri ed by competent person / inspection body

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Fire extinguishers

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Fire extinguishers past due date for inspection

Customer Adult Customer Child

Inspecting body contacted weekly to establish an inspection date

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Guidance from inspecting body to be obtained in interim period  View Files

Weekly recorded check on extinguishers' operational ability to take place

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Controls reviewed weekly to ensure valid and up-todate Guidance received from inspecting body is followed −

Gas boiler

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Gas boiler past due date for inspection

Customer Adult Customer Child

Inspecting body contacted weekly to establish an inspection date

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Guidance from inspection body to be obtained in interim period Daily recorded check on boiler operation takes place

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Local contractor available to complete remedial works and repairs

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Controls reviewed weekly to ensure valid and up to date Review of recent service examinations highlights no signi cant history of issues Guidance received from inspection body is followed −

Kitchen canopy

Kitchen canopy past due date for inspection

Lightning protection

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Weekly clean of canopy to take place

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Controls reviewed weekly to ensure valid and up-todate

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Inspecting body contacted weekly to establish an inspection date

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Fall arrest equipment Fall arrest equipment past due date for inspection

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Customer Child

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Internal deep clean of canopy to take place prior to reopening

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Lightening protection past due date for inspection

Inspecting body contacted weekly to establish an inspection date

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Inspecting body contacted weekly to establish an inspection date Guidance from inspecting body to be obtained in interim period Fall arrest equipment isolated adn sta not to complete any work that requires its use until examination takes place Previous examinations highlights no signi cant history of issues Guidance received from inspecting body is followed No employees allow access to roof ONLY quali ed contractors

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Hot and cold water system

Legionella

Re-starting of water system and potential for release of legionella bacteria

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Flushing regime maintained during closure

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Temperature checks maintained during closure

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PWTAG guidance followed on close down and re-commissioning of boilers

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Samples taken and tested for legionella, with results satisfactory, prior to re-opening

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Legionella testing regime maintained during closure IWS guidance followed on close down and reopening of centre

Swimming / spa pool

Swimming / spa pool return to operation

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Pool water monitoring completed during close down

Customer Adult

PWTAG guidance followed throughout and on reopening

Customer Child

Samples taken and tested for legionella, with results satisfactory, prior to re-opening

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IWS Monthly bacteriological testing shedule maintained

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Backwash of all lters completed prior to opening Temperature and chemical levels within parameters prior to opening All items turned o , including UV is turned back on and ensured working properly, prior to opening Pool vac to be used in pool prior to pool opening −

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Cleaning sta ng

Cleaning and Waste

Reduced levels of cleaning sta available increasing risk of being able to provide adequate cleaning services

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Additional multi-skilled sta trained and rostered to carry out cleaning tasks

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Restriction of areas available to sta /public to reduce facilities to be cleaned Business continuity plan required to be put in place Cleaning to be completed by all levels of sta Full clean of the centre to be completed prior to opening Cleaning regime in place during centre operation

Untrained sta

Untrained sta using new cleaning substances and equipment introduced as part of the revised Covid-19 cleaning regime

Sta

COSHH assessments for all sta have been undertaken

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Work instructions for all tasks in place

Customer Adult

All sta who complete cleaning duties are trained in the use of new substances and tasks as part of their return to work training

Customer Child

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Only sta trained in safe methods and use of substances carry out cleaning tasks, including the use of mechanical cleaning equipment

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Sta are trained to wash their hands prior to placing PPE on and wash their hands again after removing their PPE Sta trained in hygiene standards and sanitation before commecing work Colour coded system to be trained to all sta −

Ine ective cleaning

Poor cleaning practice increasing risk of viral contamination

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Robust general cleaning schedule in place

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Cleaning tasks monitored by supervisor

Customer Adult

Additional cleaning programmed for high touch points, including door handles, switches, furniture, handrails, IT equipment, desks, phones, ush plates, taps, dispensers, lockers etc.

Customer Child

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Government guidelines followed in the event of known or suspected Covid-19 contamination: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19decontamination-in-non-healthcare-settings/covid-19decontamination-in-non-healthcare-settings Work Instructions followed for all cleaning tasks −

Cross contamination

Contamination transferred from waste

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Personal protective equipment available, including gloves and aprons Sta wash hands following removal/transfer of waste Waste bins are emptied frequently Waste placed in plastic rubbish bags and tied, then placed immedialtely in normal secured waste disposal receptacle Where additional claning and waste is required following a suspected case of someone with symptoms of Covid-19, the waste is double bagged and safely set aside for 72 hours prior to placing in general waste as per government guidelines Colour coded cleaning system in place to stop cross contamination

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Deliveries

Handling Post, Packages and Deliveries

Deliveries exposing sta and drivers to transmission of the virus

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Bulk purchasing to reduce the number of deliveries required

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Electronic delivery notes not used and sta verbally con rm name  View Files

One person to handle the delivery, unless manual handling required two. If two persons requried, the same pair to try and partner up

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Hands to be washed or sanitised after opening and disposing of packaging Delivery points designated depending on type of product Delivery times agreed as far as possible with supplier

Post, Packages and Food

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Work instructions in place

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Personal protective equipment provided for handling items if required

Handling post, packages and food

Government guidelines followed: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidanceto-employers-and-businesses-about-covid-19/guidancefor-employers-and-businesses-on-coronavirus-covid-19

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Hands are washed or sanitised after handling post or packages

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Lost and Found Property

Lost and Found Property

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Spread of virus due to insu cient hygiene arrangements

Found property, apart from valuables, is bagged up and secured

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Personal clothing such as underwear and swimwear is disposed of

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Valuables are bagged up and placed in a safe Sta will not access property other than valuables for at least 72 hours after nding Sta handling lost property to wash or sanitise hands immediately after touching PPE to be worn when accessing lost property One person only to access lost property at any one time

 Revision History 

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middletonmanager@stitch.com

Gillian Harwood

RA - still to be completed

22-06-2020 11:03:53

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Paul Cowley

RA - still to be completed

09-07-2020 14:19:48

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Paul Cowley

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