Are you worried about going to work?
Are you safe at work?
Take our quiz and see how safe your workplace is. If you're not safe at work we will be in touch to tell you what you can do.
Did you know?
Your employer should have carried out a Covid specific risk assessment on any task you are asked to undertake.
You have a right to see the risk assessment.
ALL these safety measures should be in place and PPE should be available to you at ALL times.
If it is not available, then that's a safety issue and you should report it to a manager and the union.
Everyone should remain 2m apart at all times, to prevent the spread of the virus.
If this is not happening, report to your manager and get in touch with us.
Its vitally important that your manager supports you when customers are not respecting your safety. (The customer is not always right!)
Please let us know anytime your safety is not being taken seriously.
We know it's hard to live on a fast food worker's wage. We know its even harder to live on Statutory Sick Pay.
We strongly advise you don't go to work in these circumstances but to ring 111 NHS immediately.
It is never okay to take short cuts with safety procedures.
If your manager asks you to not follow procedure, they are putting everyone in danger. You should report it immediately in writing/by email to their line manager and let us know.
The World Health Organisation says “There is currently no evidence that people who have recovered from Covid19 and have antibodies are protected from a second infection”
Source: "Immunity passports" in the context of COVID-19", Scientific Brief, 24 April 2020
All these measures should be followed.
Your employer has a “duty of care”. Please let us know if any of these measures are not being followed.
We don't think handling cash is safe and is a potential point of “cross contamination”. We are concerned the handling of cash could act as an entry point for the virus into the workplace.
You should be asked if you are "fit and able" every day before you start work. Its vital for your safety that every worker is asked this question to ensure everyone is kept safe.
Your temperature should be tested every day before you start your shift.
It's vital to track if you have a temperature because it is a symptom of Covid19
You could be entitled £95.85 per week. If you are:
See the ACAS Website here for more details.
Workers are coming together to form a union. A union is workers coming together to use your strength in numbers to fight for things like higher pay, better safety and improved pay whilst off sick.
You can request a joining form by emailing JoinUnionNow@gmail.com
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