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This is a notice received this morning which exemplifies the fact that all Parish Councils are subject to a strict safety assessment process, in order to satisfy Covid-19 related regulations before opening up their outdoor facilities. That extra courses are necessary means that BPC was not alone in undertaking due diligence to allow the opening of our own outdoor facilities.
CAPALC have been working hard to organise further specialist training for all councils, to meet your current demand. Please note these courses book up quickly, and we encourage councils to contact Samantha Sharp in the first instance to reserve your place - firstname.lastname@example.org More »
Due to the demand of this session, we are pleased to be able to offer an additional session.
Seminar - Opening Outside Facilities
4pm til 5.30pm
- Tuesday 14th July 2020 - LIMITED SPACES
- Introduction to the latest COVID-19 guidance and legislation
- Employers duties
- Specific focus HM Gov Guidance for managing play grounds and outdoor gyms.
- Communication process to staff, users and general public
- Risk Assessment process
- Hygiene requirements and communication e.g. posters.
- Personal protective equipment.
Posted: Mon, 13 Jul 2020 12:17 by Jon Chitty
With reopening of playgrounds a hot topic for many local councils, we were pleased to continue working with the Association of Play Industries (API) on a joint webinar for county officers this week. Hosted by the chair of API, Mark Hardy, and our head of member services, Charlotte Eisenhart, key messages included the importance of risk assessments, considering government guidance but remembering there is no obligation to implement all of the listed measures, and ensuring good maintenance of play areas closed for a considerable period of time. Just a reminder that links to API's guidance, risk assessment templates and other resources are on NALC's dedicated coronavirus webpage.
Posted: Mon, 13 Jul 2020 12:03 by Jon Chitty