Coronavirus Guidance for Aspire Staff - Update to 7 Oct 2020 news
Travel at work
For travel in the course of social care work for example if two members of staff need to travel together to visit a client, the relevant workplace guidance applies.
Travel outside work
For sharing transport outwith work duties, such as giving a colleague a lift home from work, you should only do so if absolutely necessary as per the national travel guidance (see below).
National travel guidance Car/vehicle sharing and giving lifts
You should only travel with members of your own, or extended, household.
We recognise that there may be occasions when there is no alternative but to travel with people from out with your household. This should be limited as much as possible.
On such occasions, you should:
- keep to small groups of people, up to 6 at any one time (assume this is on public transport)
- keep your distance and take care entering and exiting the vehicle
- sit as far apart as possible in the vehicle, avoiding face-to-face
- maintain good ventilation by keeping the car windows open
- wear a face-covering, unless you are exempt
- clean your hands before and after your journey
- if the vehicle is your responsibility, clean the door handles and other areas that people touch.
If you regularly share transport whether it is a car or minibus or other private vehicle, try and share with the same people each time.
Link to Health Protection Scotland guidance: https://hpspubsrepo.blob.core.windows. https://hpspubsrepo.blob.core.windows.net/hps-website/nss/3046/documents/1_COVID-19-guidance-domiciliary-care.pdf