Here at BHIB Charities Insurance, we have created an important document to support you following the government legislation changes around the reopening of libraries.
Following the ‘return to work’ announcements, the immediate reaction of many libraries, charities and voluntary organisations will be to start providing services again as soon as possible. However, it is important that your library is equipped for reopening with safety measures in place. The current policies and risk assessments you have in place may no longer be sufficient and may need to be adapted and changed.
To support you with this, BHIB Charities Insurance have created a FREE ‘General Risk Assessment for Libraries’ which we hope you will find useful. We have detailed the guide below with the link to download it for free.
COVID-19 – General Risk Assessment for Libraries
This generic Risk Assessment aims to support libraries in getting their services back up and running. It is not likely to cover all scenarios and each organisation should consider their own unique circumstances.
Much more specific assessments may look quite different although many of the principles will still be relevant.
Download the Risk Assessment here: COVID-19 – General Risk Assessment for Libraries
Get 10% off charity insurance
We are currently offering a special 10% discount to charities, voluntary organisations and community groups on new insurance quotes.
To claim your 10% discount, head over to https://www.bhibcharities.co.uk/get-10-off-your-charity-insurance-for-2020/ and follow the instructions to request your free quote online.
About BHIB Charities Insurance
BHIB Charities Insurance specialise in providing tailored cover for community groups, clubs, societies, voluntary organisations and hobby or special interest groups. We offer more than just insurance and we are passionate about supporting local communities.
Any views or opinions expressed above are for guidance only and are expressed in generic terms. They are not intended as a substitute for readers taking appropriate professional advice relevant to individual circumstances. We would always encourage readers to seek professional advice.