As you will have seen on the news, the government has released its guidelines to ensure that your workplace is “COVID-19 secure”.
We have been working hard to keep up to date with the information given from the government and have produced a COVID-19 H&S Webinar to assist you in maintaining a safe working environment for your staff in the working environment. It should be implemented as soon as possible.
AREAS COVERED IN THIS SESSION:
1,Furlough update / clarifications
2,If you can, work from home
3,Employers should carry out a COVID-19 risk assessment, in consultation with
workers or trade unions (if applicable).
3, Maintain 2 metres social distancing, wherever possible.
4, Where people cannot be 2 metres apart, manage transmission risk
5, Reinforcing cleaning processes
6, Further guidance from the government for specific working areas which you should read through to familiarise yourself to ensure your workplace is as safe as possible.
10 year as Director at Wurkplace and her previous working experience includes working as a lawyer for 10 years (DWF Solicitors/Wilde & Co) and working for 5 years as Head of of HR/H&S at MHS LLP.
Colin Talbot : I am an experienced health and safety professional with experience of working in both the public and private sectors. I am a Chartered Member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH). I have a wealth of experience in dealing with a range of legislation and health and safety related issues.
My health and safety qualifications include achieving the NEBOSH Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety, the NEBOSH General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety, and the NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate.
I am a qualified internal auditor of the ISO 45001:2018 standard for health and safety management, and have helped clients achieve ISO certification to this standard.
I have a City and Guilds Award in Education and Training (AET) and am involved in delive