Covid-19 Precautions

Here at TSL4Training we understand your concerns regarding the current panademic, so we have outdone ourselves in preparing our business for you! The safety of our staff and our customers is essential to us, so we have:

  • Cleaned and/or disinfected all surfaces and implements
  • Removed any non-essential items throughout our business
  • Initiated contactless methods of scheduling and payment
  • Acquired appropriate personal protective equipment to be used when necessary or requested
  • Discontinued the practice of hand shaking and other non-essential contact
  • Re-trained our staff on essential infection control and hand hygiene practices

Feel free to ask any of us at any time about all that we do to provide for your safety.

Key considerations to prevent or reduce COVID-19 risks in relation to training internal and external

We will make sure all workplaces are clean & hygienic – Promote regular and thorough hand-washing – Put sanitizing hand rub dispensers in prominent places around the training room

Maintain social distancing where possible.

BEFORE the meeting or training:

Develop and agree a preparedness plan to prevent infection at your meeting or training

Ensure there are sufficient supplies & materials, including tissues and hand sanitiser for all participants. Have masks available to offer attendees

Actively monitor where COVID-19 is circulating. Advise participants in advance that if they have any symptoms or feel unwell, they should not attend

Develop and agree a response plan in case someone at the meeting becomes ill with symptoms of COVID-19 (dry cough, fever). This plan should include at least: Identify a room or area where someone who is feeling unwell or has symptoms can be safely isolated

Know what to do if a meeting participant, trainer or member of staff tests positive for COVID-19 during or just after the meeting (14 days)

DURING the meeting or training:

Provide information or a briefing, preferably both orally and in writing, on COVID-19 and the measures that organizers are taking to make this event safe for participants

Build trust. For example, as an icebreaker, practice ways to say hello without touching

Encourage regular hand-washing or use of an alcohol rub by all participants at the meeting or training

Encourage participants to cover their face with the bend of their elbow or a tissue if they cough or sneeze. Supply tissues and closed bins to dispose of them in

Provide contact details or a health hotline number that participants can call for advice or to give information if asked for

Display dispensers of alcohol-based hand rub prominently around the venue

If there is space, arrange seats so that participants are at least one meter apart

Open windows and doors whenever possible to make sure the venue is well ventilated

If anyone who starts to feel unwell, follow the preparedness plan

Depending on the situation in your area place the person in the isolation room. Offer the person a mask so they can get home safely, if appropriate, or to a designated assessment facility

Thank all participants for their cooperation with the provisions in place

AFTER the Meeting or Training:

Retain the names and contact details of all participants for at least one month. This will help public health authorities trace people who may have been exposed to COVID-19 if one or more participants become ill shortly after the event

If someone at the meeting or training was isolated as a suspected COVID-19 case, the organiser should let all participants know this. They should be advised to monitor themselves for symptoms for 14 days and take their temperature twice a day.

If they develop even a mild cough or low-grade fever (i.e. a temperature of 37.3 C or more) they should stay at home and self-isolate. This means avoiding close contact (1 meter or nearer) with other people, including family members. They should also telephone their healthcare provider or the local public health department, giving them details of their recent travel and symptoms

Thank all the participants for their cooperation with the provisions in place

TSL4Training providing safe training to all