Staff should be educated on all elements of COVID-19 plan and receive training where necessary
Now that most workplaces have opened and children are set to return to schools across the country this September, some experts are warning of a potential second wave of COVID-19.
Businesses have already endured their share of challenges throughout the past several months and will no doubt continue to be affected if the number of new cases of the virus begin to rise.
Learning from past mistakes, business owners can assess their initial response at the start of the pandemic to better protect their workplace health and safety going forward.
Moving forward, employers should consider the strengths and weaknesses of how they managed health and safety in their workplace this past spring, according to Hope McManus, head of health and safety at OH&S consultancy Peninsula Canada in Toronto.