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Planning to return to work - factors to be considered

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Date & time

Friday 1 May 2020, 11am

Presenters

Dr Simon Joyston-Bechal, Turnstone Law
Katharine Metters, MCSP MSc.Erg CMIOSH PGCE, Head Consultant, Posturite

Overview

We’re all keen to get back to work as soon as possible to get the economy working and resume normal life — or as close to normal as it can be. However, there are many important factors to consider when bringing staff back to work safely after lockdown. In this webinar, our lead consultant Katharine Metters will be joined by one of the UK’s leading health and safety lawyers, Dr Simon Joyston-Bechal. They will discuss factors employers will need to consider, such as risk management, identifying and protecting vulnerable employees, implementing social distancing and other measures needed to maintain productivity while prioritising employee welfare.

This free webinar will help you develop a safe and responsible back to work strategy for your employees. We will also be distributing a free advice pack, and answering any questions you send in during the presentation.

About the speakers

Dr Simon Joyston-Bechal

Dr Simon Joyston-Bechal is widely regarded as one of the UK’s leading health and safety lawyers. He is a director at Turnstone Law and previously qualified as a doctor, putting him in a unique position to deal with technical, safety and health-related legal issues. In addition to defending health and safety enforcement, he focuses on training senior management and advising organisations on legal preventive measures to reduce the likelihood of prosecution in the event of an incident.

Katharine Metters

Katharine is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, Chartered Member of the Institute of Safety and Health and holds a Masters degree in Ergonomics. This unique combination of qualifications, together with her vast range of experience working within healthcare, food, retail and utility sectors, enables Katharine to offer a very broad-based range of training, education and health & safety management in the workplace.