The link on the left is to a webinar delivered by Simon Joyston-Bechal for Workplace Trends on 15 October 2020, discussing duties to protect staff and visitors from Covid-19 in the workplace, including:
Below is a link to a written Q&A following on from an October 2020 law update webinar for SHP Online, in which Simon Joyston-Bechal answered Covid-19 questions on: returning to the workplace; rules for self-isolating employees; risk assessments for working from home; and flaws in relying upon a negative test as an indicator that someone won't be infectious.
The link on the left is to a webinar delivered by Simon Joyston-Bechal for the Independent Schools Bursars Association (ISBA) on 29 May 2020, advising on health and safety law conundrums for independent schools during the pandemic and what the law requires in getting pupils back to school.
The link below takes you to a webinar published on 18 May 2020 as part of Safety and Health Expo Digital Week, in which Dr Simon Joyston-Bechal discusses:
The link below is to an article published in Safety & Health Practitioner (SHP online) on 5 May 2020, in which Dr Simon Joyston-Bechal advises on legal requirements in planning the return to work:
The link below take you to a webinar for Posturite on 1 May 2020, in which Simon Joyston-Bechal discusses with Katherine Metters the health and safety legal requirements on returning to work in the office after the lockdown:
This link is to a 14 May 2020 webinar by Simon Joyston-Bechal for Posturite, which was an update on the above webinar with more time to answer the numerous questions:
Below is a link to a Q&A following on from an April 2020 law update webinar for Barbour/Informa, in which Simon Joyston-Bechal answered questions on responding to Covid-19 and working from home.
This link is to a webinar for Posturite on 19 March 2020, in which Simon Joyston-Bechal discusses with Katherine Metters the health and safety legal issues concerning working from home during the lockdown:
The link below is to an article published in SHP online on 11 March 2020, in which Simon Joyston-Bechal provides a methodology for dealing with difficult Covid-19 related conundrums: