Guidance for employees, employers and businesses
Last updated 11 September 2020
The government has updated its guidance to businesses and employers to make sure workplaces have the correct measures in place to provide a safe environment for their staff.
The guidance covers the following areas:
- who should go back to work
- social distancing
- personal protective equipment (PPE)
- managing your workforce
- managing contractors and visitors
- inbound and outbound goods
You can find guidance on the NHS test and trace service for employees, employers, and businesses on GOV.UK.
You can find information about reopening your business safely on GOV.UK.
The Marketing Stockport website has more information and important guidance for employers and employees.
Guidance for food businesses
You can find guidance for food businesses on coronavirus on GOV.UK.
Coronavirus Business Support Hub
A new coronavirus Business Support Hub is now available on GOV.UK.
The hub brings together key information for businesses including on funding and support, business closures, your responsibilities as an employer and managing your business during coronavirus. The hub also includes information for self-employed people and sole traders.
Reporting a coronavirus outbreak
You can use our online form to report a coronavirus outbreak in a business or local community setting.
You can find a set of action cards for reporting and managing a coronavirus outbreak in a variety of settings on the Public Health England website.