Managing COVID-19 Risks in the Workplace: A Practical Guide

A practical guide to managing the health and safety risks at work from COVID-19.

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ISBN/ISSN: 9780409354676

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The COVID-19 pandemic has claimed over 3.93 million lives across 191 countries. There are over 181.0 million confirmed COVID-19 cases across the world. In response to this pandemic, governments around the world initiated multiple precautionary steps of various austerity from mask use to lockdowns that were met with varying levels of community cooperation. As we begin to emerge from the worst of the pandemic, businesses have to navigate the myriad of laws, regulations and public health orders in order to operate in a post-COVID-19 world. This book provides a practical guide to managing the health and safety risks at work from COVID-19. Written from both a legal and an epidemiological perspective, the book will help businesses navigate the legal obligations and provide practical guidance on protecting the health of their workers, customers and the public.

Written by two renowned experts in their respective fields, the book is written for business leaders in plain English to make it accessible and practical.

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• Current and topical content on workplace safety in the times of COVID,
• Practical guidance for legal practitioners , corporates and healthcare professionals to manage health and safety risks at work from COVID-19

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Table of contents


  • Chapter 1

  • Introduction

  • Chapter 2

  • Duty of care and COVID-19

  • Chapter 3

  • How to protect workers and customers

  • Chapter 4

  • Worker engagement and consultation

  • Chapter 5

  • Responding to an outbreak

  • Chapter 6

  • Reporting obligations

  • Chapter 7

  • Vaccination for COVID-19

  • Chapter 8

  • Working from home

  • Chapter 9

  • What have we learnt?