Updated 10 September 2020
The Protect Scotland app from NHS Scotland’s Test and Protect is a free, mobile phone app designed to help us protect each other, reduce the spread of coronavirus and avoid further lockdowns.
You can find out more information and download the app from www.protect.scot or use the buttons opposite.
Stay safe, protect others, save lives.
Scotland moved to Phase 3 of the route map for coming out of lockdown on the 10 July 2020. See some key dates for future changes.
- wear a face covering
- avoid crowded places
- clean hands and surfaces regularly
- stay 2m away from other people
- self-isolate and book a test if you have COVID-19 symptoms
See what you can and cannot do to help suppress the virus.
Staff should only be travelling to a place of work (outside the home) where they have a specific role or task to deliver which cannot be done from home and is in support of one of our defined critical services, or where the service has been reinstated in line with Government Guidelines.
If a member of staff is not delivering one of these services and their role cannot be done from home service managers may need to stand down the service in discussion with their Chief Officer and the staff member(s) should go home. If they can perform another task from home, prioritising but not restricted to work on the critical list, or if they are needed for an alternative critical service they should be asked to do so through the line management structure, or by signing up to the temporary movement scheme.
Managers can use this decision tree to support them in determining if someone who be attending work
Any staff that are travelling to a place of work, or during work, should carry their ID badge with them.