Since March we have all been facing a new reality which has come with new challenges for everyone. That reality has not changed. On June 4th CGE hosted a webinar in which we already talked about the COVID-19 virus affecting our lives and the workplace and our struggles to keep people safe, while also looking for ways to ensure business continuity. Building on the perceived value of the webinar on June 4th, we now provide another opportunity to listen in and learn more while we touch upon the subject of local lockdowns.
In most regions, the restrictions have gradually decreased and measures relaxed. This meant return to work and reopening businesses, but this has also meant for others a new rise Covid-19 cases. We need to move forward, but we have to do it safely and responsibly with adequate measures in place. Some regions are already experiencing the consequences of opening up and are now implementing local lockdowns. A second wave is not theoretical; it is inevitable, what may vary is whether we manage to contain it locally or that it escalates to global proportions.
The question remains, how do we go about this? How can you reopen your business safely? Together we face one of the biggest behavioral challenges ever! In these times of turmoil, bowties can help us visualize how COVID-19 affects people, business continuity, and performance.
During this 60-minute webinar, CGE and guest speaker, Ian Travers will provide an update on the existing guidelines as to how you can re-establish working arrangements while ensuring that the risk of infection from COVID-19 is reduced as far as is reasonably practicable. In parallel, we provide access to the tools to start putting this into practice. Already reopened or back to work? It can still be useful to attend this webinar and optimize your current strategy.
Covid-19 Return to Working Risk Management Guidelines
Our value added partner and risk expert Ian Travers have developed a free comprehensive guidance document on returning to working, post easing of the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. During this webinar, Ian Travers will be presenting an update on these guidelines and want to elaborate further with you in this interactive session. For more information about these guidelines and how to obtain a copy of the documents, click here.
Practical supporting tools
The bowtie method and BowTieXP software can be very helpful in implementing the guidelines and to decide in detail what the best approach is for your organization. During the webinar, you will learn all about it. After the webinar, we will share a BowTieXP template with you to get a headstart in getting your organization ready for this next step. Furthermore, you will get access to our Bowtie risk analysis and management platform in BowTieServer. Here, you can carry out risk assessments and audits to visualize how COVID-19 affects people, business continuity, and performance.
Sign up for this 1-hour webinar by filling out the registration form below and receive your login details immediately. Participation is free of charge.