Return to the Workplace Essentials: Managing COVID-19 Health and Safety Concerns
Fees: 60 + HST
Return to the Workplace Essentials: Managing COVID-19 Health and Safety Concerns Overview
As businesses prepare to re-open their doors to in-person and hybrid models of working, one concern that remains at the forefront for employers is the Health and Safety of their people. This is also top of mind for many employees as seen in a study by Canada Life, 46% of Canadian employees currently working from home have expressed anxiety about contracting COVID-19 if and when they return to the office. In order to have a successful transition, it is very important that all required Health and Safety protocols are followed and that employees feel safe to return.
Topics We Will Cover:
COVID-19 Workplace Safety Plan
- Health and safety legislative requirements as outlined by the Ministry of Labor Training Skills Development (formerly MOL)
- The merit of going above and beyond the bare minimums
- Reassessing what is currently in place for the new working model
Communicating the Commitment to Health and Safety
- Roles and responsibilities in your organization
Contemplating the Health and Safety of Vaccinated vs. Non-Vaccinated Employees
- How to promote and encourage without overstepping
Rumina is the President & Owner of Rumina Solutions Inc. since 2015. She has over 35 years experience in Occupational Health & Safety including various roles at WSIB Prevention Services and IHSA. As a business owner, she understands the importance of delivering value orientated, customized health & safety consulting services to both corporate clients and small to medium sized businesses.
Her current practice involves providing OHS consulting services to clients in the construction, manufacturing and utilities sector to identify gaps in their OHS management systems and how to move forward in implementing solutions that are compliant and results based.
She currently serves as Vice-Chair of the Toronto Chapter of the CSSE Board of Directors and is an associate consultant with the BDC Consultant Network.
Natasha is a Senior HR Consultant with MaxPeople, an HR consulting firm specializing in Human Resources services, training solutions and Employment Law. Prior to joining the MaxPeople team, Natasha worked across a variety of different industries including Financial Services, Supply Chain, Consulting, and Professional Services. Her diverse experience within a wide range of industries grants her a breadth of knowledge, skills, and perspectives, allowing her to direct her passion in developing value-added insights and solutions that meets client’s needs. Natasha graduated from McMaster University with an Honours Bachelor of Commerce Degree with Specialization in Human Resources Management. Natasha has a Post Graduate in Human Resources Management from George Brown College and has obtained her HR Professional Certification (CHRP).. .Read More
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