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Make work Covid-secure

Stay safe, healthy and compliant

As Covid-19 continues in different ways in many parts of the world, workplaces have had to adapt new, Covid-secure ways of working and managing safety, health and wellbeing. This presents challenges, especially with restrictions such as social distancing in place.

We’ve been talking to businesses about the ways they’ve adapted during the pandemic. Our recent case studies focus on The Co-op Group and social housing provider, Ongo. If you’d like to share your own story, please get in touch.

Our advice and resources will help you navigate a safe path with guidance across four areas - safe people, safe workplaces, safe systems and safe equipment.

Risk assessments

Risk assessment covering exposure to Covid-19 will be different from one organisation to another. This guide proposes questions that need to be asked so that appropriate risk assessments may be created in all industries.

Covid-secure work - four areas to consider

Other useful advice and information

Call our free helpline on +44 (0)116 257 3199

Do you need advice on occupational health and safety to manage the risks of Covid-19, including returning people to work safely? Our friendly team of experts is here to help you. They’re just one phone call away (free of charge).

If you are a member, you also have access to employment law advice, which can help you understand your employers’ legal obligations when returning employees back to the workplace. All you have to do is quote your membership number.


Returning to work after Covid-19 – the role of the OSH and HR professionals



  • James Quinn, IOSH President Elect


  • Malcolm Shiels, Chair IOSH Construction Group, Director Head of CDM Summers-Inman Ltd
  • Keith Hole, Vice Chair IOSH Construction Group, Director and Thought Leader TSM UK 
  • David D’Souza, Director of Membership, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

Presentation slides


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Resilience in supply chains

Covid-19 has now unleashed a global supply chain crisis across a huge number of organisations, stemming from a lack of understanding and flexibility of the multiple layers of their global supply chains and a lack of diversification in their sourcing strategies.

Check out our resources