Reopening for business – vaccinations, testing and the role of HR
Date(s) - 12th May 2021
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
The London HR Connection is delighted to welcome medical and security experts from International SOS and senior HR professionals to this interactive webinar to discuss the key role HR has to play and its duty of care to our people as we safely reopen for business.
During this informative session that will be led by Dr Mark Parrish, Regional Medical Director, joined by Harriet Brennan, Security Manager, UK & Ireland- International SOS and Ragnhild Anker Bohlin, HR Director – Operations – Seadrill Management Ltd, we will be discussing best practice on the following topics:
Helping your business reconnect: The role of vaccines and other measures
As offices reopen and operations ramp up for many across the UK and internationally, monitoring restrictions and staying ahead of the latest developments and scientific updates (vaccine rollouts, testing etc) is crucial for HR professionals. Many of your responsibilities will depend on current developments that impact your employees. In this session we will clarify the benefits and challenges of the vaccine rollout and provide you with advice on measures to consider and what could be implemented.
COVID-19 myopia: staying ahead of other health and security risks
To varying degrees, the general population and business are more focussed on the demands and application of COVID-19 related precautions. However, perennial security and safety issues as well as other health concerns have not subsided. In many locations, the security environment is heightened. COVID-19 has diversely impacted security environments, presenting new challenges for companies’ risk managers and other stakeholders looking after their workforce’s resilience, both while travelling internationally and in their domestic location.
Facts save lives: how accurate intelligence can help to protect your people
The pandemic continues to transform the world and risks that impact your business and employees. The value of reliable information and intelligence is essential in making informed business decisions and updating key stakeholders and employees.
This intelligence helps to shape your return to operations policies, minimising the risks to your employees and business. It helps you to stay on top of global developments and how they could impact your operations and accurate information can help to reduce uncertainty and support stress management. Providing this information can help to reassure your workforce.