This latest edition focuses on advice on supporting people returning to work during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
There are also links to a range of COVID-19 related advice and information.
For all the latest health and safety updates visit our website.
Coming back to work after time away during the pandemic may be difficult for some people.
If workers have been away from the business for prolonged periods they may have experienced a decline in ability or proficiency.
They may need additional time and support to get back to pre-pandemic performance.
We have published guidance on returning to work which can help you talk to your workers and provide the right support. It includes:
- Who should go to work?
- Returning to work after a lockdown or other closure
- How you can help your workers if they’re worried about returning to work
- Questions to help you talk about working at home or returning to work
HSE's website has all the latest coronavirus-related guidance and information, as well as updating previously published content.
For a full range of COVID-related information and advice visit HSE’s coronavirus pages. This includes information on:
- Legionella risks
If your building was closed or has reduced occupancy during the pandemic, water system stagnation can occur
- Ventilation and air conditioning
Adequate ventilation (including air conditioning) can help reduce risk of spreading coronavirus in workplaces
- Restarting workplace pressure systems
If pressure systems have not been used for an extended period of time due to the pandemic they may have become unsafe
Published on Friday 14th May 2021