Health and Safety
Health and Safety At Trinity Cheltenham
At Trinity we take safety very seriously. We believe that everyone should be able to engage with God and our church family in a safe and welcoming environment; especially children, young people and vulnerable adults. We work really hard to ensure that this happens as best we can – please check out our health and safety policy below.
During the coronavirus pandemic Trinity Cheltenham must ensure special precautions are put in place to keep employees, volunteers, worshippers and visitors safe while using the Trinity church building for permitted Communal Worship gatherings including small weddings, funerals and other ceremonies
These special precautions reflect the potential hazards of the transmission of COVID-19 by those using the building through coughing and sneezing and through contact with contaminated surfaces, as set out in Government guidance. These precautions are in addition to, and should be understood alongside, the precautions set out in Trinity’s general risk assessments and working procedures for the safe use of the building.