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Use our template to help you make further considerations and adjust your measures for individual staff members who are at higher risk of becoming seriously ill from coronavirus.

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Adapt the template below to suit each individual's role, circumstances and the measures you're able to implement.  

Use a RAG-rating system to review and update the risk assessment on an ongoing basis, for example if there's:

  • A change in the individual's circumstances 
  • Updates to government guidance 
  • New measures you're implementing 

If, after the risk assessment, you need further support with how to proceed, seek specialist HR advice. 

KeyDoc: coronavirus - risk assessment template for individual staff

Complete the assessment collaboratively with the individual 

Line managers should go through the assessment with staff. These staff members may be anxious about being in school so it's important to adopt a collaborative approach and use this discussion to reassure them that you're taking all their needs and concerns into account. 

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