Face Coverings and Contact Tracing

Oct 13, 2020

From today we are extending the requirement for face coverings to be worn by everyone in our buildings except where they are seated at their desks, work spaces, or are participating in court or tribunal hearings. This extends the requirement beyond all communal public areas such as waiting areas, corridors and stairwells.

We don’t expect face coverings to be worn while participating in court or tribunal hearings but we do require them to be worn as people enter, exit or move around these areas. This arrangement is in keeping with the recent increase of public health measures.

We appreciate and respect that there will be people who are exempt from this requirement but please help keep everyone in our buildings safe.

Help stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19)

Next Monday 19 October we will be introducing contact tracing arrangements from all our buildings. We are using a GDPR-secure system Safe2Go

If we receive a request from the NHS for details of attendees at any of our buildings in relation to a COVID-19 infection, we can then request a report to be sent directly from the system to the NHS.

At no point will the SCTS have access to those details. For information see the SCTS Test and Protect Guide. Please also download a QR code reader to make it easy to check in. 

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