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Building Reopening: Risk Management Guidance

07 May 2020

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As and when the Covid-19 restrictions are lifted and people are allowed to return to work and businesses to restart, buildings and facilities will gradually reopen. We have produced a guide to help your customers consider the steps needed to safely re-open a building, as well as two checklists to help. Safety is the number one priority when restoring power and utilities, a big part of reopening buildings, so if assistance is required please ensure qualified engineers are contacted. 

Download the guide, ‘Building Reopening Guidance’.

Please note that this is intended to provide generic guidance only, to help you identify what practical steps may need to be taken to re-open your building safely. Please continue to refer to all government, regulatory and legislative guidance to ensure your organisation’s continued compliance with their regulatory obligations with regards to building safety.