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Agenda for Brampton Parish Council’s Finance Committee will be held Virtually on Wed 8 July at 5.00 pm

Agenda for Brampton Parish Council’s Finance Committee will be held Virtually on Wed 8 July at 5.00 pm

A meeting of the Brampton Parish Council's Finance Committee will be held Virtually on Wed 8 July at 5.00 pm by means of the Microsoft TEAMS Platform. You are summoned to attend remotely to deal with the following business:

Members of the public may attend. Please contact the Clerk for details.


1. To Receive Apologies.

2. Declarations of Interest

3. To receive and approve the minutes of the meeting held on the 6 May 2020. More »

4. To receive an update about the progress of resolutions from the last meeting.

5. To receive and approve April payments and note receipts.

6. To receive and approve May payments and note receipts.

7. Bank balances as at 31 May 2020.

8. Income and expenditure to 31 May 2020.

9. Interest rates and capital Investment.

10. CIL report.

11. To approve the Annual General Audit Report 2019-20.

12. To review the Internal Financial controls.

13. To review the Finance Regulations.

14. To agree to becoming members of the United Kingdom Mens Shed Association (UKMSA).

15. To consider the purchase of 3 waste bins to be placed on Brampton Park.

16. To consider the purchase of a Sisis Spreader for the playing field, this will save on labour invoiced for the seeding and spreading of fertiliser etc.

17. To consider the purchase of a cabinet for the storage of Churchyard and Cemetery irreplaceable documentation.

18. To move the budget recorded for GPC to S137.

19. To consider, once again, the use of card payments once the centres are reopened following the Covid19 pandemic

20. To discuss the progress at The Lady Olivia Centre.

21. Matters for discussion at the next meeting to be held on Wed 9 September 2020.

Tess Rogers, clerk to the parish council » Less

Posted: Fri, 03 Jul 2020 16:55 by Jon Chitty

COVID-19 risk assessment and all the latest health and safety news

COVID-19 risk assessment and all the latest health and safety news

Welcome to the HSE Weekly Digest eBulletin

This week's digest contains details about a COVID-19 specific risk assessment, advice on protecting vulnerable workers during the coronavirus outbreak, as well as advice for employers and businesses in the manufacturing sector that are returning to work.

There are also links to other useful coronavirus-related guidance and details of the latest job vacancies at HSE. More »

For all the latest updates visit our website.

COVID-19 risk assessment

Make sure that you properly assess risk and are COVID-secure...

All employers must protect people from harm, which includes taking reasonable steps to protect your workers and others from coronavirus.

This is called a COVID-19 risk assessment and it'll help you manage risk and protect people.

Find out what to include in your COVID-19 risk assessment.

Protecting vulnerable workers during the coronavirus outbreak

During the coronavirus outbreak, the government has defined some people as clinically extremely vulnerable (shielded).

HSE has produced guidance on protecting vulnerable workers from coronavirus.

Shielded workers are at increased risk of severe illness from coronavirus.

As an employer, you have a legal duty to protect workers from harm. You should make sure you consider the risk to workers who are particularly vulnerable to coronavirus and put controls in place to reduce that risk.

Manufacturing: return to work

HSE has published guidance for employers and businesses in manufacturing sectors that explains how to continue or restart operations safely.

HSE has published practical advice on manufacturing for employers and businesses to help manage any additional risks caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

The new guidance covers:

  • safe use of machinery and equipment
  • general building safety
  • how to protect people from coronavirus

For more health and safety advice and guidance in the manufacturing sector visit our microsite.

Restarting workplace pressure systems safely

If pressure systems have not been used for an extended period of time due to the coronavirus outbreak they may become unsafe.

HSE has published guidance on restarting workplace pressure systems safely.

The guidance has information about:

  • types of pressure systems
  • the examination period
  • safety issues to be aware of

You can subscribe to receive all the latest pressure systems email updates.

More coronavirus-related updates and advice

HSE has published a range of guidance and advice, which you may find useful.

It includes information on:

For all the latest information and advice visit our coronavirus microsite.

There is guidance on GOV.UK from BEIS on how to make a range of workplaces COVID-secure. Separate guidance is available for Scotland and Wales. » Less

Posted: Fri, 03 Jul 2020 11:13 by Jon Chitty

Reopening of Community Facilities - Gov.UK advice - 1 Jul 20

Reopening of Community Facilities - Gov.UK advice - 1 Jul 20


Community centres, village halls, and other multi-use community facilities support a wide range of local activity. However, their communal nature also makes them places that are vulnerable to the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

This guidance is for those managing multi-use community facilities to prepare for re-opening when restrictions have lifted. It signposts to relevant guidance on a range of different activities that can take place in these spaces. More »

Currently, community centres are closed except where they are used to provide permitted activities as set out in the premises closure guidance.

Many community facilities are also workplaces and those responsible for the premises should therefore be aware of their responsibilities as employers.

This guidance will be updated as we move into the next step for easing restrictions and when other guidance relevant to multi-use facilities are produced. » Less

Posted: Wed, 01 Jul 2020 12:17 by Jon Chitty