Return to Work for Managers

£18.00 £21.60 INC VAT

  • Outlines the role risk assessments play in keeping people safe and healthy when in the workplace
  • Identifies everyone’s responsibilities towards social distancing, cleaning, maintaining good personal hygiene, and making other workplace arrangements
  • How managers and employers can help support employees mental health and wellbeing during this time

Description

The course describes both managers’ and employers’ responsibilities to protect employees’ health, safety and wellbeing, as well as anyone else that could be affected by any work activities.
It outlines the need to assess the risks associated with Covid-19 and what control measures should be implemented to minimise the risk of transmission, such as:

  • Making arrangements for social distancing
  • Implementing regular and robust cleaning routines
  • Enforcing good personal hygiene
  • Providing PPE where necessary, given the risks and conditions

It also describes how employees can better communicate with their managers about workplace processes and how they can better take care of their wellbeing during this time.

This course provides general information for how everyone in the workplace can mitigate the risks, but organisations will need to translate this information into specific actions, which will depend on the type of organisation, its size, and how it is structured, managed and regulated.

Course Details

Target Audience
Managers and employers responsible for facilitating people returning to work, and any person required to return to the physical workplace.

Duration
The course will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.

Test
The aim of this course is to provide information about what managers and employers should do to protect everyone’s health and safety when returning to work. As this is for informational purposes only, there is no test section.

Certification
On successful completion of the course, users can download and print a certificate.

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