COVID-19 Advice for Members
HAE EHA produces regular Covid-19 updates, helping members stay up-to-date with coronavirus during these challenging times. The updates contain information on COVID-19, its impact on the plant, tool and event equipment hire sectors, and links to useful and important resources; which can be useful to both businesses and individuals employed in the industry.
If you are looking for advice relating to insurance please contact the team at HAE EHA BusinessGuard on 0121 380 4612 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Latest Advice and Information
Please review the latest Covid-19 Advice Update and consider the implications for your employees, customers and business continuity. HAE EHA has provided useful links to related articles which will provide further guidance.
We will continue to keep members updated on all issues relating to Covid-19 here so please review frequently:
COVID-19 Advice for HAE EHA Members; Thursday 14th April 2022
There have been further relaxations of the requirements for businesses in Wales as of Monday 18th April.
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- Businesses and organisations will no longer be legally required to undertake a specific coronavirus risk assessment and to take reasonable measures to minimise the risk of contracting coronavirus.
- The powers of local authorities to close or control premises and events are no longer necessary.
- The Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (Functions of Local Authorities etc.) (Wales) Regulations 2020 will expire.
Previous Covid-19 Updates
The COVID-19 emergency is rapidly changing and HAE EHA relies on government and other authoritative sources for information. We can take no responsibility for any out-of-date or inaccurate information and we ask members to check sources and take further advice as required.
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New Cabinet Office Covid-19 Stakeholder Toolkit Released
Highlights from the latest edition include the removal of travel restrictions for those entering the UK, the priority on booster jabs for vulnerbale 12-15 year olds and those with compromised immune systems, along with reminders about recommended behaviours. Click here to view and download