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Webinar: Working safely during the coronavirus outbreak

Organiser: SEMLEP's Growth Hub
Date: Thu, 4 June 2020
Time: 2 PM - 3 PM


Many businesses have been advised to go back to work if the work environment is safe to do so.

As a business owner, how do you assess what is safe and make sure you are making the right decisions for you and your team?

In this one-hour webinar we focus on how business leaders in logistics, manufacturing and construction can adapt the working environment to maintain the safety and wellbeing of their teams.

Employers need to plan now for what is likely to be staged return to the workplace, with the guiding principle of how you take care of your staff and safeguard their health and wellbeing. This means big changes for the way that many businesses operate in terms of risk assessment, social distancing, transmission risks and cleaning processes.

This webinar will cover:

  • Guidance to help you work safely (be COVID-secure) and manage the risks associated with running your business at this time
  • How local companies specialising in aerospace manufacturing, logistics and construction have developed solutions to make their workplaces as safe as possible and give confidence to staff to work during coronavirus pandemic


Joining us on our panel will be:

  • Alan Turner, Consultant, Three Eight Consultancy
  • Richard Johns, Environmental Health Officer, Central Bedfordshire Council
  • Gail Dawson, Environment and Health & Safety Manager, Collins Aerospace
  • Kevin O’Brien, Director of Compliance, Cbutt Logistics
  • James Butcher, Head of Policy and Research, The National Federation of Builders


Who should attend?

Local business owners and directors in manufacturing, construction and logistics who need practical steps to enable staff to continue and return to work and put practical measures in place


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