The Government of Jersey has produced the following Coronavirus guidance for businesses which is available on the Advice for Businesses pages.
Additional pages with relevant advice are:
Advice on health information
Travel advice and updates
All this advice is updated regularly. The business pages will help employers and businesses to advise staff on:
- the coronavirus, COVID-19 itself
- how to help prevent spread of all respiratory infections, including COVID-19
- what to do if someone who is suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 has been at work
- what advice to give to individuals who have traveled to specific areas, as outlined by the Medical Officer for Health
Business Continuity Planning Checklist
The Government of Jersey and the Jersey Resilience Forum recommend that all organisations adopt robust and flexible business continuity management arrangements. These should help ensure that the impact of disruptions caused by coronavirus (COVID-19) will be minimised.
To assist you in developing and reviewing plans, the Jersey Resilience Forum, Emergency Planning Department has produced a checklist specifically regarding COVID-19, developed using UK Cabinet Office guidance. It identifies important and specific activities which organisations can undertake to prepare for a pandemic, as well as where more general guidance will be provided by the authorities. Directed mainly at medium and large businesses, some elements will be of use to smaller businesses.
Coronavirus business continuity checklist
Please note, this checklist is not exhaustive. It is a guide to help you think about what you may need to plan for.
You can download printable versions of two posters:
You can also collect A4-size printed versions of the posters from the Reception of the Government of Jersey offices on Broad Street, or from the Welcome Hosts based at Customer and Local Services, Philip Le Feuvre House, La Motte Street.
Portuguese, Polish and Romanian-language versions of these posters are available to download from www.gov.je/coronavirus.