After the success of our first Webinar with Advisory 21 on Minimising Risk at the Workplace, we will be delivering a second short online course about Infection Prevention and Legal Implications. The first webinar tackled how companies must adapt to a “New Normal” and to help mitigate any issues that may arise at the workplace by implementing a framework of mechanisms to safeguard their premises, their employees’, and customers’ health.
Delivered by Ms May Schembri, Dr Roselyn Borg and Mr Angelito Sciberras, this two-session online course will focus on:
- Acquiring an understanding of existing infection preventive measures
- Understanding the needs of a Workplace Risk Assessment
- Carrying out the Risk Assessment
- Reviewing existing policies and procedures to adapt them to the new normal
- Drafting of new policies and procedures emanating from the Risk Assessment
- Understanding the implications of the preventive measures on employment and data privacy legislation
As companies begin to adapt to new COVID-19 measures, it is without a doubt unchartered territory for many. Seeking proper guidance and assistance will not only safeguard the company, its employees and customers but also establish a way to improve business performance in the months and years to come.
The two sessions will be held on Tuesday 26th May 2020 and Friday 29th May and will both start at 10.00 am. Booking can be done via https://www.advisory21.com.mt/21-academy/21-academy-time-table/covid-19-infection-prevention-and-legal-implications-course/.
This course is of particular interest to persons appointed for the implementation and observance of policies and procedures on COVID-19 infection prevention at the workplace, Directors, CEOs, HR Professionals, Health & Safety Officers, and Logistics Officers.
Key take-aways from this course:
- Create a safer environment at the workplace
- Draft evidence based COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
- Avoid drafting policies and procedures already set in place with pre-existing employment and privacy legislation.
A certificate of attendance is given upon completion of both sessions.