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Return to Workplace Policy (COVID-19)

Return to Workplace Policy (COVID-19)

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated May 15, 2020
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As the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions are being lifted, many employees are returning to their office workplace.

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Document Overview

This Return to Work Policy (COVID) outlines safety measures to prevent or slow the spread of the disease within the workplace, which facilitates the organised and controlled return to work. 

Use this  Return to Work Policy (COVID) if:

  • You wish to put measures in place for the health, safety and welfare at work of all employees.
  • You wish to facilitate the prompt, safe and durable return to work from quarantine during Covid-19.
  • You wish to prevent the spreading of diseases by providing a safe and healthy working environment.
  • Wish to ensure that no employee is disadvantaged or prejudiced by their participation in a return to work plan.

What does this Return to Work Policy (COVID) cover?

  • Notification
  • Employee’s Obligations
  • Physical Distancing
  • Handwashing and Hygiene 
  • Cleaning
  • Monitoring Symptoms
  • Policy Review
  • Mental Support
  • Consultancy

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