Managing the Return to Work Process

Let us help you through programme development, delivery and measurement.

Return to Work Advisory and E-Learning

The will be many challenges to overcome if we move back to the office in a few weeks’ time. We will have to consider equipment and systems checks, planning for fire safety and first aid, physical distancing in communal areas and offices, hygiene risks around using lifts and even stairwells, as well security checks, the management of technology and lots more!

Our approach is based on PIPR (Prepare, Inform, Prevent and Recover) and is a flexible strategy to manage workplaces, people, leadership teams and communications.

To improve the education and training of staff during the Return to Work process we’re currently completing our customisable Return to Work e-learning course. More information on the course will be released shortly.

Fill in the form below to register your interest and start tackling your return to work needs.


Get ready to return to work and identify your return to work plan. This will involve regular meetings of leadership to agree on a return plan, preparing your building for occupancy, agreeing who will return to the workplace based on a variety of factors, establishing workspace distancing protocols on Government advice, reviewing consequences of a return to work on security and establishing a protocol for response to potential outbreaks.


Look to establish a program of staff communication and develop a welcome back to work program. This should include distancing protocols, travel arrangements, working arrangements, such as breaks and lunch times, seating, health and hygiene requirements, eating and drinking, ill-health, leaving the office, meeting with clients and vehicle hygiene among others.


Seek to prevent a virus outbreak by ensuring that health and hygiene are managed and maintained. This would include aspects like identifying key touchpoints in the workplace, washroom cleanliness, cleaning frequencies, provision of PPE for staff, food preparation, deliveries, waste arrangements, changing facilities and the reinforcement of workplace distancing protocols.


It is important that the effectiveness of the RTW programme is monitored, that lessons on organisational resilience are learnt and that business continuity plans are reviewed and updated.


Get help managing the return to work programme with consultancy on safety, health, hygiene, security and facilities, and find out more about our RTW e-learning course. Enquire below.


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