Is the Government’s Coronavirus Guidance Statutory or Advisory & Are You Protected Against a Claim if You Follow It & The Legal Difference Between ‘Practical’ and ‘Reasonably Practicable’?
A lot of companies are keen to re-open and many training providers are keen to start delivering face-to-face training, some for financial reasons and others for operational ones.
And everyone is looking to re-open for business in line with the Government’s guidance and you may believe that if you follow the Government’s guidance on Covid 19 (at: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus) that is all you need to do to protect yourself, your staff and others and have a defence to any possible claim brought against you for negligence.
But are you being misled?
This video answers those questions.
And if you’d like to read the legal article you can do so here – https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=a75c326b-3ba0-4fc4-835f-67ccb6c21eac.
Also, if you haven’t seen the video I did with Trevel Henry that I mention in this video you can see it here – https://www.nfps.info/is-there-any-guidance-from-anywhere-that-indicates-when-can-we-resume-physical-restraint-training-during-covid-19-video/
Other blog posts of similar interest can be found here – https://www.nfps.info/covid-19/
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