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Social distancing means keeping people apart to help reduce the spread of coronavirus.
Where possible you should keep people 2m apart. If this is not viable, keeping 1m apart with risk mitigation is acceptable.
In the UK some rules such as social distancing may be different in each of the devolved nations. However, HSE regulates in all of these countries. You should check the public health guidance for the country you are in:
You must ensure that workers and other people visiting your workplace understand and comply with the measures you put in place.
The gov.uk guides on working safely during coronavirus (COVID-19) explain the control measures that different types of business should consider. These cover construction, factories, offices, vehicle use and other types of work. The guides apply to workplaces in England.
The following guidance sets out the main control measures and additional measures where social distancing is not possible:
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