• Where possible, office staff should continue to work from home, although those in roles critical for business or who cannot work from home due to personal circumstances can go in
  • Businesses should plan for the minimum number of people to be on site
  • Avoid use of hot desks
  • Use remote working tools to avoid in-person meetings
  • Avoid transmission during meetings, for example by not sharing pens and other objects
  • Only absolutely necessary participants should attend meetings
  • Provide hand sanitation in meeting rooms
  • Hold meetings in well-ventilated rooms, where possible
  • Use outside areas for breaks
  • Limit use of high-touch items and shared office equipment

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