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Managing Safety Risks for Homeworkers Webinar

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How to Manage the Safety Risks for Homeworkers and Meet Your Legal Requirements

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From a health & safety perspective, having employees who work from home isn’t as straightforward as it may seem – whether it is temporary, occasional, regular or permanent.

Has the pandemic led to a long-term increase in the number of employees who work from home? Are you confident that you are supporting those who work from home effectively and sufficiently? Are you meeting your legal duties when it comes to homeworking?

Discover how to meet your legal requirements for homeworkers and join our webinar on Wednesday 22 September. Secure your place today for only £30 + VAT.

In this webinar, Dr Stephen Asbury, MBA CFIOSH, will explain all you need to know about homeworking – from the risks to the benefits.

This 45-minute webinar will cover the following:

  • What is homeworking, and what are the benefits?
  • Your legal requirements.
  • Changes to working time.
  • Communication between employees and their line manager.
  • DSE – a reminder of the basics.
  • Reporting incidents.
  • Information for business owners, and recommendations.

Followed by 15 minute Q&As.

When: Wednesday 22 September 2021 at 2pm BST

Price: £30 + VAT

Presenter: Dr Stephen Asbury, MBA CFIOSH

Stephen is the author of six books on safety and risk management. He has 35 years’ H&S experience from employment and projects in 60 countries on six continents. He is a Chartered Fellow of IOSH (CFIOSH) and an Emeritus member of the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP). From 1998-2013, he was an elected member of the IOSH Council, and Chair of its Professional Committee.


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