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Coronavirus

New rules in response to Omicron variant (England)

You must wear a face covering in shops and on public transport.
Face coverings should be worn in communal areas of universities, colleges and schools by staff, visitors and pupils or students in year 7 and above.

If you’re travelling to England from abroad you must take a PCR test before the end of day 2 following your arrival and self-isolate until you get a negative test result, even if you’re fully vaccinated.

If you’re a contact of someone who may have been infected with the Omicron variant, you must self-isolate for 10 days, regardless of your age or vaccination status.

The Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity

Intelect are proud to support the Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity

They provide a free and confidential 24/7 Construction Industry Helpline which is a free Employee Assistance Programme for the industry. Whether you’re an employer or an employee, the helpline provides the first point of contact for those who need to access a range of completely confidential support services including:

  • Emotional & Financial Support
  • Advice on Occupational Health & Mental Wellbeing
  • Support on Legal, Tax & Debt Management Matters

Visit the Lighthouse Club website where you can find out additional information and sign up to their free newsletter.

Working Minds Campaign

Working Minds campaign encourages employers to promote good mental health in work

Work Right, which is run by the Health & Safety Executive, is aimed at helping smaller businesses and workers and the ‘Working Minds’ campaign is specifically targeting six million workers in small businesses, aiming to ensure psychological risks are treated the same as physical ones in health and safety risk management.

Working Minds provides employers and workers with easy to implement advice, including simple steps in its ‘5 R’s’ to Reach out, Recognise, Respond, Reflect, and make it Routine.

Visit the Workright Working Minds website where you can find out additional information and sign up to their free newsletter.

TF-30 Think For 30

Intelect introduced the ThinkFor30 campaign

The Think For 30 (seconds) campaign reminds us, just how important that short ammount of time is, just before you commit to something. We've all done it, that moment when you think, go for it, it'll be ok and sometimes it is and sometimes it isn't.

You might see the #thinkfor30 stickers in various places around our workplace. Hopefully these will act as a memory jogger and keep you safe!

The QR code in the logo

If you open your smart phone camera and point it at the QR code, it will provide a link to the Staff / Supplier web portal www.thinkfor30.co.uk where you will find health and safety information updates and reports, should you need to report any incidents or near misses.