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Reopening Risk Assessment Statement

Cameron House

August 2021

Cameron House is committed to ensuring the continued safety of its teams and guests by adopting strict controls, in order to continue to mitigate the risk of COVID-19.

In line with current advice for working in a COVID-19 secure environment, our risk assessments have identified several primary controls.  The methodology for conducting risk assessments is consistent to the Health and Executives 5 steps to risk assessment - 1. Identify hazards. 2. Decide who might be harmed.  3. Evaluate risk and decide precautions. 4. Record findings. 5. Review. 

The controls are listed in order of effectiveness based on the hierarchy of controls of elimination, substitution, engineering controls, administrative and Personal Protective Equipment. 


The Primary Controls are summarised below:

Return to work health and ongoing screening
 The health and wellbeing of our teams is paramount. Now more than ever it is critical to create a safe and comfortable working environment.

Before returning to work all team members are assessed and supported, and on-going, pre shift health assessments, including temperature control.

In addition to the promotion of the use of rapid lateral flow tests.
We ask that our guests and members do not attend the Resort if showing any symptoms of COVID-19.

 Ventilation (Engineering Controls)
We have taken the necessary steps to ensure adequate and appropriate ventilation throughout our hotel.

Enhanced hand hygiene (Administrative)

Hand hygiene remains dominant in the fight against COVID-19.
Team members will frequently wash their hands and have been trained on when and how to do this effectively.
Hand sanitising stations are available for guests and to support frequent hand washing for our teams.

Enhanced cleaning (Administrative)

We pride ourselves on the highest of hygiene standards, however we understand our guests’ expectations around cleaning has changed. 

Already thorough cleaning regimes have been enhanced throughout the Resort paying particular attention to hand contact surfaces.  The chemicals used are effective against COVID-19. 

PPE and Face Coverings (PPE)

When managing the risk of COVID-19, additional PPE beyond what is normally worn at work is not deemed to be beneficial. This is because COVID-19 is a different type of risk to the risks normally faced in a workplace and needs to be managed through reducing contact and hygiene.
However, Cameron House Resort recognises that during this time team members and guests may be reassured by the wearing of face coverings as such our teams will continue to wear face coverings.


All team members have been trained extensively on all company strategies and new protocols in hygiene, safety & changes to guests' journey and experience, in order to protect themselves and others in the workplace.



The risk assessment process is governed by the Executive Team, in consultation with operational leads. The risk assessments are monitored to ensure they are effective and our position is that it is reviewed at minimum monthly, by the Executive Team. The operational risk assessments and health and safety management systems are updated accordingly, and trained to all relevant team members.

Andy Roger
Resort Director