COVID 19 Infection Prevention & Control Policy

COVID 19 Infection Prevention & Control Policy
 

Track & Trace

From 28 May, anyone who tests positive for coronavirus will be contacted by NHS Test and Trace to talk through their recent interactions.

If someone after they have been to our home studio at 1, Valley Rise, I will need to give your details to NHS England.

To comply with GDPR and the Track & Trace system please sign the following consent form:

I give Ian Scott Photography Ltd, permission to give my name to the UK Government Track and Trace system if any person coming to 1, Valley Rise after me, develops COVID 19

 

Health Statement

    Health Statement
    1. Have you had a high temperature? (this can mean feeling hot to touch on your chest and back - you do not need to measure your temperature)

    2. Have you had a new continuous cough? (this means coughing a lot for more than an hour or three or more coughing episodes in 24 hours - if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual).

    3. Have you lost sensations of taste or smell?

    4. Have you had close contact (under 2 metres) with anyone with a confirmed Covid-19 diagnosis or someone exhibiting the above 3 symptoms in the last 14 days?

    5. Have you recently travelled abroad and/or been instructed by the government to quarantine?

    6. Have you been contacted by the government or NHS and told to self-isolate for any reason?

    7. Do you fall under the clinically vulnerable category or the clinically extremely vulnerable category / Do you live with someone who is in either the clinically vulnerable category or the clinically extremely vulnerable category (see below)?

    Face-to-face shoots cannot be offered to anyone in the “shielding” group; anyone exhibiting symptoms of Covid-19; anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19 but has NOT had 2 successive negative tests.
    - Over the age of 70
    - Underlying health conditions - particularly respiratory
    - Anyone receiving treatment for cancer