Working Safely During COVID 19:
Abbey Road Risk Assessment

 
As part of our commitment to the health and wellbeing of our clients and team, we are working under new operating guidelines in complete compliance with the latest UK Government recommendations. Social distancing and the additional health and safety requirements will have a material impact on you, our clients, our staff and how our building operates.
 

Working Safely at Abbey Road during COVID 19

Risk Assessment

The Government Mandated Risk Assessment, produced in line with the specific government guide for offices and contact centres, follows the UK Government’s five steps to working safely. We recommend you familiarise yourself with this document ahead of coming to the Studios. Please note that this is an ever evolving document, as government guidelines, occupancy levels and operating experience influence our approach.

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General Risk Assessment

To read measures specific to the Studios and the recording industry, including our building specific operating protocols, how we are controlling risk and further recommendations, please read through the General Risk Assessment document. Please note that this is an ever evolving document, as government guidelines, occupancy levels and operating experience influence our approach. You need to read this document to get a pass to enter the building.

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What you need to know before coming to the studios

To prepare for your visit check our guidelines for musicians and clients coming to the studios: Client & Visitor Guide. This document does not replace the need to read the detailed Risk Assessment and General Risk Assessment documents prior to arrival.

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Studio Capacity

Studio live room and control room capacity will be significantly reduced to ensure that artists, musicians, engineers, producers and composers observe the current UK Government social distancing guidelines. Please read our Studio Capacity document for a guide to each studio’s capacity and control room occupancy restrictions.


Studio Capacity