Reopening guidance from Right Directions

Right Directions are operating Covid-19 online clinics focused on safety and good practice around facility reopening.

Join them and other industry professionals online to discuss and share ideas/informative advice to help manage the current situation and prepare us all for reopening when it happens.

When: Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10.30AM
Who can join: Free to anyone (limited spaces)
How: Email with the phrase “Clinic Mon”, “Clinic Wed” and/or – “Clinic Fri” and Right Directions will send you joining instructions.

Right Directions have produced an innovative Covid-19 checklist that covers issues including risk assessment principles, staff information and cleaning of facilities – all presented in a clear and concise timeline that will help you plan every step of the way.

Remobilise your facility (Download)

You can find all the clinics on YouTube here.

Document Covid-19 reopening checklist spreadsheet

Document Clinic 1 – Develop a RA Reopening Checklist

Document Clinic 2 – Admission Control and Control of Customers

Document Clinic 3 - Activities Considerations Pre and Post Opening

Document Clinic 4 - Cleaning Regimes Equipment Chemicals

Document Clinic 5 - Management of Maintenance Checks and Statutory Inspections

Document Clinic 6 - Staff Training

Document Clinic 7 - Signage

Document Clinic 8 - Staff Consultation

Document Clinic 9 - Risk Assessment Procedures and WI

Document Clinic 10 - Comms Strategy

Document Clinic 11 - Virus Prevention & Pandemic Management

Right Directions quality and safety
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For more information: 01582 840 098

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