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Health & Safety and reintegration

Although many Coivd-19 restrictions have now been lifted, including the requirement to work from home, employers still need to think carefully about how to manage the health and safety implications of reopening workplaces and minimising the spread of infection.

Companies have obligations to ensure the health and safety of both their employees and visitors to their premises. They will also have to comply with government guidelines in relation to managing workplace risks, or general public health guidance when this is replaced. Conducting a carefully considered risk assessment will be critical. We have written about this in our FAQs on workplace policies and decisions for living with Covid.
We have an experienced team available to provide comprehensive support with developing a return to work plan, adapting working arrangements, communicating with employees and providing training to ensure the safety of your workforce.


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