Updated 1 March 2022
Risk Assessment of Covid-19
Poste Hotels Ltd
George Hotel of Stamford
71 St Martins High Street
We have taken the time to carefully think about and plan our processes to deliver a safe experience at the George Hotel of Stamford. This is a living document that will be continuously edited and updated as understanding of the virus improves, and government guidance changes.
SARS-CoV-2 is a respiratory virus that can invade a host via the respiratory route or via hand to eye / mouth / nose contact, causing the disease COVID-19.
People who appear healthy may be carrying and shedding the virus, which can be passed on either directly or indirectly to others. This means we need to assume that anyone could be carrying the virus.
The routes of transmission:
The main controls are:
We have installed Radiana non-thermal ionisation ‘cubes’ in every bedroom, ground floor areas and kitchens. This ensures sanitisation of the air and surfaces by eliminating bacteria, viruses, pollutants, mould and odours.
We are using a disinfectant called Bacoban in a spray form. This is a long-term anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal coating which can be applied to any surface. Unlike most surface protection products which once applied only last minutes, Bacoban remains active for up to 10 days after application and is resistant to the most common germs and viruses including CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19), MRSA, HIV, Hepatitis B&C and Norovirus.
The individual air conditioning units in bedrooms have been modified to produce bacteria-free air.
We have installed 2 new air purifiers - hospital standard - 99.9% effective
There will be hand sanitiser stations for guests throughout the hotel and grounds. Guests will be asked to sanitise their hands on arrival.
All staff have been trained on hand washing and hand sanitising technique. There are sanitisers in key areas for the staff which we will regularly reinforce.
All staff have been trained on:
All staff will always sanitise hands before key actions:
All staff will always sanitise hands after key actions:
We have applied the following mitigations: