Risk Assessment for walking tours
In line with the government's department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport regulation 2.2.2. permits tours upto 30 people. Further reading may be done HERE. Our mitigations are as follows:
All school tours are currently outdoors only
The guide carries hand sanitisers if need to be used however we recommend schools to bring their own ones to use.
Guide stands at least 1 metre away from attendees which is mentioned at the beginning of the tour.
No physical contact takes place.
Attendees details are maintained to support the NHS Test and Trace.
School to contact us at the time they have started their journey to the walking tour informing us of their ETA.
Prior to the walk commencing a small introduction takes place with safety announcement
The tour guide at the front with supervisor and another supervisor at the back at all times.
Clear directions before crossing a road and adhering to traffic signals
School Staff to supervise road crossings by having a fixed person
School staff are recommended to wear Hi-vis jackets for easy identification
The group will be expected to stay together at break time and all other times of the walk
It would be advisable that all students are identifiable by their school uniform or name badge
Any long umbrellas will have to be placed in the cloakroom of the gallery
Suitable clothing and footwear for the walk
Break is 15 minutes long and schools may bring their own snacks or lunch
All litter must be placed in the dustbins
A Mobile phone must be carried by a member of staff, in case of an emergency
Head staff must have a list of all pupils on the walk with their emergency contacts
Member of staff carries first aid kit
Regular headcounts by staff
We advise people to visit the toilet before the walk
Toilets are located: Westminster Tube station - 50p charge, Central Hall Westminster - Free
Gallery – by the cloak room
At Halal Tourism Britain we intend to make it an enlightening educational experience for all, as has proven to be the case for all customers so far, MashaAllah.