Return to Work Safely COVID-19 Templates, Checklists and PostersPosted in : Templates and Checklists ROI on 22 June 2020
COVID-19 Templates, Checklists and Posters
The Health & Safety Authority (HSA) has published a number of templates and checklists to help employers, business owners and managers to get their business up and running again and to inform workers about what they need to do to help prevent the spread of Covid-19 in the workplace.
They have been drafted based on the Government’s Return to Work Safely Protocol and should be read in conjunction with the Return to Work Safety Protocol. Employers and workers must work together to keep workplaces safe. These checklists will help you to do that.
Return to Work Form
COVID-19 Response Plan
Checklist 1: Planning and Preparing
Checklist 2: Control Measures to Prevent Infection
Checklist 3: COVID-19 Induction
Checklist 4: Dealing with a Suspected Case of COVD-19
Checklist 5: Cleaning and Disinfection
Checklist 6: Workers
Worker Representative(s) Checklist
Checklist 7: Worker Representative(s) Checklist
Lead Worker Representative Poster (A3)
Lead Worker Representative Poster (A4)
Legal Island Training Resources
One of the steps outlined in the Protocol is that employers must provide COVID-19 induction training for all employees before they return to the workplace.
Legal Island has created an eLearning course in partnership with Ronan Daly Jermyn (RDJ) that complies with HSA guidance and enables employers to provide compulsory COVID-19 induction training to all employees in advance of them returning safely to the workplace.
This eLearning course will assist you in showing compliance with 19 points on the HSA Checklist 3: COVID-19 Induction (the remaining 10 are all specific to individual workplaces).
This article is correct at 22/06/2020
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