Audit form definitions
Areas: Where you identify possible areas of transmission.
Risk: Type of possible transmission risk.
Risk Level: Based on local guidelines, what is considered the risk level of transmission.
Priority: What is most urgently required in order to re-open.
Remediation/Controls: What measures, changes or controls you can institute to remediate the risk.
Cost: The cost level of remediation. Will help in recognizing potential need for outside funding.
Time to Implement: Can this remediation be done quickly or will it require a lengthy process that may delay opening?
Health & Safety Signage: What signage will you require in the particular area?
Maximum number of occupants: After going through the audit process, what is the anticipated maximum number of occupants allowable under local guidelines?
Work Notes: Take note of possible work practices to be implemented in this area.