No. In addition to the workstation sheet, the temporary work agency will inform the user undertaking whether extra measures have been taken to combat Covid-19.
The workstation sheet is a standard document based on Codex Annex X.2-1 "Temporary work" and is only intended for communicating the preventive measures for health and safety risks at workstations that require prior health surveillance by an occupational health physician (e.g. safety function, position with increased vigilance, shift work, etc.).
The additional Corona measures that every employer must provide today are in place for the protection of general public health and go beyond the " workstation sheet " as such. It is a general corona policy of the user undertaking-employer that is separate from the "workstation sheet" and applies to all employees, all visitors and third parties who come to his or her company.
As with the "Belgian Code of Well-being at Work" , when taking the appropriate measures against Covid-19, the user undertaking is responsible for compliance with it among its permanent and temporary workers.
PI makes some tools available in its toolboxCovid-19 to facilitate the exchange of information about the Corona measures. (Only in dutch en french for the moment)
More information can be found in the PI tool Covid-19