For many businesses, emergency management planning has taken a back seat due to the sudden and widespread impacts of the current pandemic.
Prior to its onset, managing Emergency Management in many facilities was a relatively straightforward task for those responsible; compliance matters were scheduled, warden numbers stable and evacuation diagrams have expiry dates to ensure their review was on time. The COVID-19 Pandemic disrupted facility managers’ plans for maintaining compliance by creating the pressing needs to relocate staff, adapt business practices and technology, and manage a building with very few occupants.
As Australia’s States and Territories progress through the stages of restrictions, how should Emergency Management be managed, and how do you plan the return of people to their workplace?
Join us for this Returning to the Workplace webinar, where you will gain practical advice on how to maintain Emergency Management Compliance taking into account reduced occupancy levels while observing social distancing and hygiene requirements.
This moderated presentation and discussion will include practical approaches, while staff remain out of the office and as they begin to return to your workplace, that will provide your building and business the flexibility needed to maintain emergency management compliance as the current situation and restrictions are eased.