Guidance for re-opening premises as we move on to step 4 of the roadmap from 19 July 2021
Advice for Norfolk businesses
Please find below a guide with advice for what moving on to step 4 of the roadmap means, changes in regulations and reopening safely.
Throughout the pandemic the borough council has created a selection of posters that you can print out and use in your premises to support your social distancing and Covid secure measures. You may still want to use some of these, for example one-way systems, details of coronavirus symptoms, and recommendations to try to socially distance while in your premises. View the packs below.
The Norfolk Resilience Forum (Norfolk Public Health) has created a business and tourism toolkit to provide you with useful information and advice as you start to re-open for business.
If you do not have access to printing facilities and need to have a copy printed, or materials from within the toolkit (posters/leaflets) printed, you can request these, free of charge, by contacting email@example.com, stating how many copies they need of which pages. Where possible we will ask you to collect the materials from our print facility. We're offering this service free of charge for west Norfolk businesses.
Links within the document point to additional resources on the Norfolk.gov.uk website, including translated documents which you may find useful.
If you're a King’s Lynn BID levy payer, you can access their suite of materials free of charge by contacting Jenny at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If there are messages that you think we haven’t included in these materials, please email Sharon at email@example.com.
Find out how to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading in your workplace
If you're a business owner there is advice to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading in your workplace available, including sector-specific guidance, from the GOV.UK website.
You will find lots of helpful information about how to do a risk assessment (not COVID specific) on the Health and Safety Executive Website, in addition to a template to use and case studies.
There is also a helpful document written by HSE about working safely during the Coronavirus pandemic.