Health and Safety during COVID-19
With new guidance and advice coming from the Government, WHO and HSE on a regular basis and lots of fake and incorrect new stories available online; we wanted to be a resource for our clients and other businesses to access useful and factual advice, guides and resources.
We have compiled a suite of Health and Safety resources that will be useful for businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak. This is a combination of advice from our team and resources from other reliable sources.
To begin with, this is the main HSE page with latest information and advice regarding coronavirus. The page is being updated regularly so keep an eye on it for the most up to date guidance from the HSE. And this is the official Government coronavirus page which features public guidance and support. This is updated regularly with important announcements.
The above sites are full of practical, useful and factual advice, but we have also pulled together some specific useful articles and other resources for you below.
Tips for Employee Safety During COVID-19
Your contingency plans are implemented! Our blog explains some of the next steps to ensure the safety of your staff during coronavirus.Read More
Risks of Legionella
Our blog explains the risks associated with Legionella and what businesses can do in prep for re-opening.Read More
Work Related Stress Talking Toolkit
Stress is a constant factor whether working on the front-line or from home. The HSE have released their Talking Toolkit to help deal with stress in the workplace.Read More
HSE - Protecting Homeworkers
The HSE has released guidance on how employers can protect homeworkers during the COVID-19 outbreak including lone working and DSE.Read More
RIDDOR reporting during COVID-19
The HSE explain what and how to report under RIDDOR (The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013) during the coronavirus outbreak.Read More
HSE Skin care Poster
The HSE have produced their own poster demonstrating the best way to wash your hands and apply lotion.Read More
WHO - Coping with Stress
The WHO have lots of useful public resources including this poster on coping with stress during the outbreak.Read More