COVID-19 Information

Here are the steps to take during the visit:

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

  • Not all stakeholders may be contaminated with COVID-19 or at risk of being so, including attendants, residents of the building and inspectors;

  • It is important to postpone any inspection where residents have COVID 19 or are in isolation due to flu symptoms or returning from travel;

  • During an inspection, a maximum of 10 people from different addresses or the occupants of 3 residences is allowed;

  • Wash your hands and cough into your bent elbow if necessary;

  • In yellow or green level, both for work carried out indoors and outdoors, one of these measures must be applied:

  • In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

  • physical distancing, the presence of physical barriers;

  • The prior ventilation of the BUILDING, by opening a few windows and starting the stove and bathroom air extractors or the air conditioner, fan or air exchanger, if there is place, lasting 10-15 minutes.

 

When paper documents are required:

  • Avoid the transfer of paper by direct contact (hands to hands) in order to respect the distance;

  • To help maintain a distance of at least two meters between people, it is recommended that documents be placed on a clean surface;

  • Make sure to apply good hand hygiene before and after handling objects and signing documents;

  • Ideally, have your own pencil and not share it with the interlocutors.

  • The purpose of the building inspection is not to identify the presence of viral contamination with COVID-19 inside the building and the inspector does not have to pronounce on the contamination of the premises. .

  • The inspector will nevertheless bring back in his report the information which will be transmitted to him by the occupants of the building in this regard, if necessary.


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