It appears the end of lockdown life is in sight at last. In 2021, businesses will need to ensure they can welcome employees, visitors and staff back to the workplace safely. We’re ready to help.
We’ve put together a Workplace Reintegration Checklist. COVID-19 has and a huge impact on our customers, and we want to give you some free support.
What is the workplace reintegration checklist?
We love keeping our customers safe and secure. It’s what we do. In 2021, it’ll be more important than ever to get workspaces open as quickly – and safely – as possible.
To give you a hand, our own expert team has compiled a checklist. We took into account various aspects of the workplace and how our services have changed to meet our customers’ demands post pandemic.
It’s by no means an exhaustive list – we know better than anyone else that every business is different. But we hope it’s a good starting point for those looking to welcome staff, visitors and customers back soon.
What’s does the checklist cover?
Our checklist has been designed to help businesses create a risk assessment when it comes to returning to work. It will give you some helpful pointers on the following:
Access and entry to the workplace
How can businesses mitigate risk when it comes to access control and entry?
Managing visitors safely
Are visitors safely and easily managed in the post-pandemic workplace?
How can you decrease anxiety for staff who are nervous about returning to work?
Creating a COVID-secure office environment
Are workspaces compliant and can social distancing be maintained at all times?
Cleaning and hygiene
Can you effectively record increased cleaning and hygiene policies?
Which policies need updating and do you need to create more?
Managing the home/office split effectively
How will the new split between home and office work when it comes to onboarding?
Remember, our reintegration checklist is free – whether you’re one of our customers or not. Feel free to share it with colleagues and management teams if sections of the checklist fall under their responsibility.