The following guidance documents have been developed to assist each School, Institute and Directorate in carrying out and amending their local risk assessments and safe systems of work in order to comply with government guidance and ensure Queen Mary University of London is a COVID-19 Secure workplace.
Please see the Biological Safety Topic Page for the Biosafety policy, risk assessment templates, procedures and guidance for deliberate biological agents work and COVID-19 Secure measures.
Please see COVID-19 Secure Guidance below:
These documents are in line with the sector GOV.UK requirements and will be updated accordingly.
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Please see EAF COVID-19 Secure Guidance
Please see HR Temporary Remote Working Guidance
Please see MySafety Risk Assessment Guidance below for School / Institute / Directorate ‘COVID-19 Secure’ risk assessments:
Queen Mary Schools, Institutes and Directorates must copy and adapt MySafety risk assessment RA1167 to create their own departmental COVID-19 Secure risk assessment before return to campus is permitted. Individual staff or students do not have to duplicate the departmental COVID-19 Secure risk control measures within their own risk assessment unless they vary for a specific research, teaching or other specialist activity.
Staff and students must be emailed their departmental COVID-19 Secure risk assessment for user sign off retention, the assessor must add all email addresses to the distribution list of the MySafety risk assessment record. Please note those added to distribution lists will receive an email generated automatically by MySafety (email@example.com), which may be delivered to their junk/spam folder. Please ensure you regularly check this folder.
Please ensure that all Trade Union Health and Safety Representatives are consulted and included on the distribution list for local COVID-19 Secure risk assessments.
Refer to the Risk Assessment Page for when stand-alone specialist risk assessment templates should be used.