WEBINAR Reopening the UK Workplace: Social Distancing, Testing, Contact Tracing, Liability & More

June 17, 2020
Event details
June 17, 2020
4:00 – 5:00 pm GMT Standard Time

Event summary

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and related temporary measures, most employers have shut down or significantly reduced their office-based operations. As the UK Government begins loosening “lockdown” and other restrictions, many employers are working on their "return to office" plans. Our multi-disciplinary team will be discussing key legal issues and risks employers should consider in developing those plans, as the situation evolves.

Topics Include

  • Return to office planning and administration
  • Protocols and testing of employees who return to the office
  • Dealing with incidents of virus contact and contact tracing
  • Potential employee claims, liability and insurance
  • Sourcing and use of products, such as PPE and hand sanitizer, to protect the workforce against COVID-19 infection

  • Ann Bevitt – cyber/data/privacy
  • Sarah-Jane Dobson – International Product Safety & Product Liability
  • Chris Stack – Employment & Labour
  • Sam Tacey – Insurance & Reinsurance 

For more information, please email Jennie McCluskey.

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