o Shared facilities such as kitchens, site offices and toilets are used by no more than one person at a time and must be regularly cleaned and disinfected in accordance with public health guidelines and
o Those operating sites reliant on temporary toilet facilities should contact Environmental Health via email@example.com for further advice.
Internal work on an unoccupied premises
o Work will be permitted if operators can work safely while maintaining social distancing of co-workers of at least 2m at all times with a maximum of 5 people on the entire site;
o Adequate handwashing facilities and/or hand sanitiser must be available for all employees; and
o All employees must adhere to the current mandatory requirements and recommendations for wearing of face coverings at all times.
Internal work on properties where there is a household in residence will not be permitted by members outside the household unless required in an emergency.
Building wholesale and supply
Building wholesale suppliers are key enablers for parts of the construction industry to recommence on a limited basis. Therefore, the States of Guernsey is willing to treat them as an exception. Therefore, they may be able to operate and supply the building trade and domestic needs within social distancing restrictions. However, direct customer contact is not permitted, with supply to the building trade through social distanced and controlled collections or delivery where it is possible to do so.
o Businesses must ensure they can comply with all of the conditions set out in the Stage 1 checklist (Section B) above.
o Staff operating the site must be able to maintain social distancing at all times:
o The site can be arranged in such a way as to ensure operators can work safely while maintaining social distancing of co-workers of at least 2m at all times with a maximum of 5 people working indoors on the entire site. This can be extended to a maximum of 15 for sites that have a mix of indoor/outdoor areas (up to 10 working outside, up to 5 working indoors. Special consideration to increase the number of workers on a site may be given to certain businesses that operate from large sites and have a large trade customer base to supply. These businesses should contact the Environmental Health Department for further advice. Note: An outdoor site is defined as one which is predominantly open to the environment, including covered areas and stores with an open aspect that are large spaces and located in outside areas.