Returning safely after Covid-19 lockdown

Introducing a safe and healthy return

Free essential e-learning for you and your business

The Covid-19 pandemic has spread rapidly and brought a level of uncertainty for many. As countries ease their lockdown measures, many businesses are now starting to reopen their premises with precautions in mind to prevent fruther spread. Organisations should have processes in place to ensure their people return safely to their places of work.

You need to know how to keep your people safe from the coronavirus.

The content in this module is aimed at anyone who has been:

  • working from home
  • unexpectedly furloughed, or
  • unemployed for a prolonged period during the coronavirus pandemic.

This content is not designed for keyworkers who have remained at their place of work during the pandemic. Learn how to plan, redisign and adjust to create Covid-secure workplaces, with a new, free e-learning module from IOSH.

We hope you can use this practical advice to keep safe and inform others about the precautions needed to return safely to workplaces following lockdown.

The course

To achieve the best learning experience, we recommend you complete this somewhere quiet without distractions – the course should take around 10 minutes to complete. As this is a free course, it cannot be paused and picked up again at a later date. To get the best experience on this platform, please refrain from using Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge and please use either Google Chrome or Firefox, which are updated on a regular basis.

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Returning Safely after Covid-19

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