Globally, governments are either planning to or have already relaxed some COVID-19 restrictions to enable more businesses to re-open. This also inevitably means more employees are heading back to the office.
A CRETech survey estimates that by the end of the first quarter of 2021, 60% of employees of will be back at work. While a further survey shows that the majority of employees (71% of those surveyed) indicated that they were confident that their employees will return them to the workplace safely. Research published by PLOS Medicine furthermore estimates that 20% of people infected with COVID-19 remain asymptomatic throughout infection.
With this in mind, employers must implement the necessary measures to protect the health and ensure the safety and well-being of their workers. Our latest guide, 3 Must-knows to limit the spread of coronavirus at the workplace, provides a working solution to safely re-open the workplace by limiting the spread of asymptomatic COVID-19 and exclusively reveals:
- Latest statistics on people asymptomatic COVID-19 cases and what is hindering workplaces from reopening to full capacity.
- Why your existing health and safety policies are most likely not relevant in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Blueprint CST Procedure to safely re-open workplaces.
- How to develop a rock-solid pandemic preparedness and response plan.
Find out what’s hindering you from safely re-opening and running your business efficiently and at full capacity so you can continue to grow your business in 2021 and beyond!