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Workplace safety

Health and safety will be the driving factors for the eventual return to the office. Make your teams feel comfortable back onsite.

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3 out of 5 pre-COVID office workers would look for another job if
their employer did not implement sufficient infection prevention 
protocols at the workplace.

Organize a phased return to work

Offices won’t be fully repopulated overnight. Workplace capacity limits, operational demands, risk categories, and employee preferences will determine who (and when) has access to the office facilities. Don’t let complexity overwhelm you and your staff. Streamline the phased return to work.

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Accommodate physical distancing

To keep up with the new "six feet apart" reality, companies may need to cut down their office occupancy by 40%. Make room for physical distancing by defining optimal capacities of your shared facilities. Disable specific areas or spaces for bookings. Ensure that everyone works in safe proximity: set up a minimum distance between workstations in use.

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Simplify health and safety screening

People are excited to return to work, but they expect the reassurance that it's safe. Make it an integral part of your space booking process. Create a compliance questionnaire that allows screening health status or other compliance aspects. Employees will receive it before coming to the office.

Simplify health and safety screening

People are excited to return to work, but they expect the reassurance that it's safe. Make it an integral part of your space booking process. Create a compliance questionnaire that allows screening health status or other compliance aspects. Employees will receive it before coming to the office.

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Enable emergency roles in the office

Create a culture of safety to minimize workplace hazards and comply with official regulations. Ensure a constant presence of Fire Safety or First Aid trained personnel in the office.

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Insights to get you started

Choosing the right workspace management system is no small feat. We collected a
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Workplace safety FAQ

Workplace safety is all about creating a safe work environment for employees. This includes providing the necessary safety equipment, training employees on safety procedures, and making sure that exposure to hazards or even infection (as in COVID-19 case) in the workplace is prevented.

Workplace safety checklist is a complete list of things to be done to make work settings safer. Your workplace safety checklist might include the following points: 

  • Make sure you have first aid and fire safety trained employees present in the workplace at all times.
  • Establish safe distance between workstations in use and ensure that location capacity limits are respected.
  • Make sure you are aware if your employees have any injuries or disabilities that might affect their safety when performing daily tasks.

Employee health screening is the process of evaluating if your employees have COVID-19 symptoms and preventing the infection from spreading in the workplace.

Employee screening process can be implemented in different ways - from asking employees to self-monitor to providing and online screening tool or compliance questionnaire.

Every workplace should have emergency procedures in place in the event of an emergency. Depending on the type of emergency, these procedures may vary, but typically they will include instructions for evacuating the building, what to do in the event of a fire, and how to contact emergency services.

It's important that all employees are familiar with these procedures, and that drills are conducted regularly so that everyone knows what to do in the event of an emergency. Emergencies can happen quickly and without warning, so it's essential that everyone is prepared and knows what to do.

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