Covid-19 Risk Assessment
Do you know if your workers should be vaccinated?
In many workplaces Covid-19 vaccination is a difficult topic.
While respecting workers’ rights to choose, it is also clear that some roles require a vaccinated worker to manage Covid-19 risks to the worker and others in the work place.
To identify if a role requires a vaccinated worker, a risk assessment of the role should be carried out. Having this performed by a specialist third party can provide benefits in fairness, objectivity and process robustness.
We are fast, effective Health and Safety experts in risk assessments.
Assess the Covid-19 risks in your workplace
Assess the Covid-19 risks to each role/ worker in your workplace
Offer reassessment and monitoring
Single role documented risk assessments start at $200 and can be completed in a matter of days. Contact us now to discuss your needs.
Covid-19 Advice and Assessments
The Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has been affecting the way the world lives and works since December 2019.
While New Zealand initially followed an elimination strategy we are now working towards living with Covid-19 and using vaccinations as one of the ways to control the risks.
It's up to you to keep your workplace, your workers and your clients safe from Covid-19 - we are here to help!
Covid-19 Advice and Support
We understand the Covid-19 Protection Framework (Traffic Lights) and each of the levels (Red, Orange and Green). We understand how these will affect your business. Book a consult with us to:
Understand the Red, Orange and Green levels of the Covid-19 Protection Framework
Understand which roles in your business require your workers to be vaccinated
Understand the requirements that apply to your business
Design workable and compliant Covid-19 Safety Plans
We will assess your current Covid-19 Safety Plan – to see if what you have in place is correct and working well. We can conduct your risk assessments to ensure you're keeping your staff and customers safe. We will:
Implement a Monitoring System for Risks
Also see the business resources on Unite Against Covid-19 - the official NZ government website.
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