Generally, people are familiar with their own home, and inherently understand the risks and hazards of their home environment. This learning module outlines for your staff how to stay safe and what to be mindful of when working from home, either temporarily or as an agreed employment arrangement.
As candidates begin to return to work, it’s important they understand how to conduct themselves to keep the workplace COVID safe. This learning module outlines candidates’ WHS duties, and covers physical distancing, hygeine and cleaning, and how to monitor their health.
As a manager, it’s important you’re ensuring that your candidates feel safe at work. This learning module covers measures to keep candidates safe, including physical distancing, hygeine and cleaning, health monitoring, and how to effectively consult with other duty holders to ensure everyone is maintaining proper standards.
As businesses start to plan for ‘Return To Work’, what are the dynamics that business leaders and practitioners need to consider to safeguard lives, livelihoods and their business?
We asked some of our partners for their insights into the key areas that need to be considered. The result is this resource that explores Health & Safety, Legal, Talent and Mental Health that’s designed to support your plans.
While working from home is the new normal, it is still in the businesses best interest and good practice to look after, and keep employees safe and healthy, as closely aligned to what you would expect in an office environment.
To assist businesses and their employees, we have put together a free Work Health and Safety (WHS) Checklist designed to help both Employers and Employees assess health and safety risks in the home so they can be addressed.