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This week's digest contains the latest advice on social distancing in the workplace to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
We also have information on the new Building Safety Regulator being established by HSE.
For all the latest updates visit our website.
Social distancing means keeping people apart to help reduce the spread of coronavirus.
You must ensure that workers and other people visiting your workplace understand and comply with the measures you put in place.
Visit our social distancing webpage for more information on making your workplace COVID-secure.
Although HSE regulates in England, Scotland and Wales, the rules on social distancing may be different in devolved nations. You should check the public health guidance for the country you are in:
HSE has published a range of guidance and information, which you may find useful.
- Face masks and face coverings
Advice on when to use face coverings and face masks
- Statistics release: coronavirus disease reports
Information relating to coronavirus disease reports made by employers to HSE and local authorities since 10 April 2020 under the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013 (RIDDOR)
- Blackburn businesses urged to take five steps to become COVID-secure
HSE is talking to businesses in Blackburn and the surrounding areas to ensure they are COVID-secure following the recent outbreak
- Risk assessment
Get help with assessing risk and being COVID-secure
For all the latest information and advice visit our coronavirus microsite.
HSE is working to establish the first ever Building Safety Regulator (BSR) to ensure strong enforcement of the new regulatory system.
The government has asked HSE to establish a new building safety regulator in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster and following recommendations in the ‘Building a Safer Future’ report by Dame Judith Hackitt.
Find out more about the new Building Safety Regulator.
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Published on Wednesday 29th July 2020