Coronavirus: initial guidance for charity facilities managers

A health worker at Wuhan railway station
Medical staff at Wuhan railway station in January 2020. (Photo: China News Service CC BY 3.0 via Wikimedia)

The World Health Organisation has declared the outbreak of coronavirus a global health emergency. This page sets out guidance for charity facilities managers what you can do to minimise risks in the workplace.

Business Continuity Management for charities

Doctors prepare to treat patients with Ebola
A large-scale outbreak of a highly infectious illness could happen at any time. (Photo: CDC Global CC BY 2.0)

Business Continuity Management is about identifying risks to your charity and then taking steps to minimise those risks.

Fire Safety


The Charities FM Group and the Charities Safety Group organised this joint meeting on fire safety.