Health and Safety Executive (HSE) warn pressure systems that have not been used for an extended period due to the COVID-19 outbreak may become unsafe.

Included in the guidance:

  • Types of pressure systems
  • The examination period
  • Safety issues to be aware of

Guidance on restarting workplace pressure systems safely

An example guidance document that can be downloaded and tailored to your company needs to assist employers understand and work safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Intended for use in situations where people are living in their own homes, with or without additional support from friends, family, and carers. It focuses on the social distancing measures that we need to take to lessen social interaction between people to reduce the spread of (COVID-19).

Scottish Government warn the wearing of facial coverings should not be used as an alternative to physical distancing, hand washing and respiratory hygiene which are the most effective ways to stop the spread of COVID-19.

This guidance is for people working in or run factories, plants and warehouses to help them in working safely during the COVID-19 outbreak.

This guidance is for people who work in or run offices, contact centres and similar indoor environments to assist them in working safely during the COVID-19 outbreak.

This guidance is intended for people working in or run indoor labs and research facilities and similar environments to help them to work safely during the COVID-19 outbreak.

This response defines the present understanding of the possible paths of transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus (including airborne aerosol transmission) and potential responses that Building Services Engineers can adopt to reduce transmission risks in the built environment.

A comprehensive guide from Cushman and Wakefield to assist organisations in bringing workers back into the workplace after lockdown is eased.

The Health and Safety Executive reminds businesses, building occupiers and other duty holders reopening operations after the COVID-19 lockdown to review their water systems maintenance arrangements to prevent creating a public health hazard from waterborne bacteria such as legionella.