COVID-19: Work Safely Protocol Course

This Work Safely Protocol Course is applicable to all sectors. It sets out the minimum measures required in every place of work to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to facilitate the re-opening of workplaces following temporary closures, and the ongoing safe operation of those workplace. Employers must provide COVID-19 training for all workers.

2 Modules
Online Assessment
40 Minutes

Online Declaration

Employees also complete the Return to Work declaration and our portal collates their responses for your records.

You'll need three versions of the 'Work Safely Protocol' Course.

Owners.

Lead Workers.

Employees.

What you'll learn

What is Covid 19

Key steps before you return to work

Legislation, the Law and Public Health Guidelines

Recommended Hygiene Practices

Social / Physical Distancing

How to deal with suspected cases in the workplace

This course covers

Covid-19 Overview
  • Introduction
  • What is COVID -19
  • Coexisting With COVID-19
Mental Health and Wellbeing
  • Mental Health And Wellbeing
  • Taking Time Off
  • Reporting Sickness
  • COVID-19 Policy
Working Safely
  • Before Returning To Work
  • Active Prevention And Control Measures
  • Hygiene, Hygiene, Hygiene
  • Social Distancing
  • Protocol And Immediate Response for Suspected Covid-19 Cases
Declaration
  • Complete the Online Return to Work declaration

Course Detail

Online Delivery

Fully online course with no time limits. Multiple online assessment attempts allowed.

Legislation

This course covers and complies with the Government’s Work Safely Protocol.

Expert Trainer

Course and Assessment created and approved by a QQI Level 6 Fully Certified Expert Trainer.

Certificate Expiry

Course and Declaration must be completed at least 3 days prior to return.

Looking for a course for yourself? Please visit our site for individuals: MyTraining.iact.ie

Get in touch.

Telephone.

+353 1 4347600.

email.

business@iact.ie

 

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