Overview Employers will have regular and meaningful engagement with their worker representative about the measures being put in place to address the exposure to COVID 19 in the workplace. The lead worker
Employers will have regular and meaningful engagement with their worker representative about the measures being put in place to address the exposure to COVID 19 in the workplace.
The lead worker representative(s) appointed should be involved in communicating the health advice around COVID 19 in the workplace.
Employers will provide a COVID 19 induction training for all workers.
The number of staff representatives for COVID 19 appointed will, ideally, be proportionate to the number of workers in the workplace and this person should be clearly identifiable.
Employers and worker representatives will work together to ensure that all the actions in this protocol are fully adhered to in order to ensure the suppression of COVID 19 in the workplace.
- Risk Assessing Coronavirus
- Key Control Measures
- Health and Safety Documentation
- Employee & Employees Requirements
- Lead Worker Representative role
- Customer Facing Roles
- Hand Hygiene, Respiratory Hygiene
- Return to Work Process
- Travel to / from Work
- Prevention of Cross Contamination
- Physical Distancing
- Communal and Welfare Areas
- First Aid Responder Guidance
- Mental Health and Wellbeing
- Heating, Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC),
- Legionella controls.
- Management of Deliveries
- COVID 19 Suspect / Confirmed Cases
- Cleaning Spaces following Suspected / Confirmed Cases
- Reporting Requirements if a worker contracts COVID 19
- Checklist for the lead worker representative
Presented by Rob Roe, Director: Safety Squad Limited Occupational Health and Safety Consultant.
(Wednesday) 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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