As lockdown measures tentativley ease, many businesses are thinking about how they can facilitate a return to the office.
This is going to look different for every organisation and there are lots of factors to consider;
- What actions can we take to keep employees safe?
- How businesses can be agile to fast-changing scenarios
- Would a blended approach bring productivity gains?
- Can office layouts be improved to improve employee wellbeing and increase creativity?
- Is our Insurance suitable for new ways of working?
We have worked with the Chamber stakeholders to give you the resources to make an informed decision.
We are also running events in June which will bring together guest speakers to cover the Health and Safety aspect of a return to the office as well, the Legal and Insurance implications.
Strategic Partner Aston Lark have created a Toolkit of business recovery tools. The Toolkit contains templates, checklists as well as advice for organisations which are looking to return to the office. Find out more.
Blueprint Interiors have created a guide for businesses looking to put people at the forefront of office design following the return to work. You can download the guide here.
Quest have supplied a 'Roadmap out of Lockdown' which contains some key points on some of Risk Assessments and Communications, download here.
We are running a session on 2 June for business. We have put together a panel of experts to cover key areas of Health and Safety, Legal Requirements and Insurance.
The session will cover the WELL Health-Safety Rating system. Informed by the WELL Building Standard and by more than 600 experts from the Task Force on COVID-19, the WELL Health-Safety Rating for Facility Operations and Management helps your organisation and its buildings address the health, safety and well-being of your most valuable assets – people.
The aim of the session is to give organisations and employees the confidence to return to the workplace. Find out more about the session and book your place here.