Doing step 1 – the risk assessment – should hopefully lead you through identifying and fulfilling 2-5.
There is simple guidance on how to conduct your own risk assessment here; https://www.hse.gov.uk/risk/assessment.htm
The key point to remember about a risk assessment is not just that it outlines what the risk is. You have to specify HOW you will reduce and, if possible, eliminate the risk.
Obviously, with COVID-19, totally removing risk is impossible, but with hand sanitation, social distancing and regular cleaning schedules, it can be reduced significantly.
It’s also a vital part of this process to share the results with your staff, and if necessary, your customers. If you don’t let staff know what you’re doing to secure their health, they could worry and even become disgruntled. As you will be depending on them to maintain a high-intensity cleaning schedule and new working practices throughout the day, it’s incredibly important to have your entire team working together.
Cleaning, hand washing and hygiene procedures
The key to achieving a safe workplace is increasing the hand sanitation options and signage about the new conditions, making it simple and easy for staff to change their hand sanitation routine without disrupting the workflow of your business unduly.
Simple hand wash and hand sanitisation stations can make a big difference, and with mobile options available, you can move them as required by your business.
Using wall mounted air sterilisers can also reduce the chance of cross contamination, and increasing cleaning schedules using powered sprays, can help to keep premises clean for staff and customers alike.