Our Employment Law and Health & Safety Experts are hosting regular interactive Q&A sessions to walk employers through the latest developments and answer any questions you may have.
With the Prime Minister due to announce the government’s ‘Roadmap out of Lockdown’ this Sunday, our Head of Team & Chartered Legal Executive Angela Carter and Regional Health and Safety Manager Oliver Williams will be dissecting all of the major talking points and exploring how businesses in the Manufacturing sector can prepare to return to the “new norm” safely, quickly and compliantly.
Depending on what is announced, Angela and Oliver will address the potential employment and safety ramifications, which may include re-thinking your organisational structure, dealing with ongoing staff absence, handling future flexible working arrangements, managing employee communications, and ensuring health and safety due diligence. All of these aspects will undoubtedly come under the microscope as businesses begin a phased return to work, so it’s important that you’re ready to respond as soon as the green light is given.
To support employers through the constantly evolving staffing and safety challenges COVID-19 presents to businesses, we are continuing to host regular interactive Q&A sessions to walk employers through the latest developments and answer any questions you may have.
These 30-minute events aim to keep you abreast of the latest government guidance which businesses must comply with, as well as alert you to some common pitfalls we see companies falling foul of at this time.
Head of Team & Chartered Legal Executive at Ellis Whittam
Angela is a qualified lawyer who specialises in providing commercially-minded employment law advice to employers.
Along with a wide client portfolio from diverse sectors, she has particular expertise in the corporate sector and a wide range of experience in the retail and manufacturing sectors.
Regional Health and Safety Manager at Ellis Whittam
Oliver has been consulting for 10+ years and has a wealth of experience across a large number of sectors and aspects of health and safety.
With a background in construction and corporate clients, Oliver is able to provide advice on new processes and systems to drive operational and behavioural improvements.
He has cross-sector knowledge, providing best-in-class advice and recommendations to SMEs and some of the UK’s largest organisations.