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Workplace Safety

Top Tips For Improving Workplace Safety Moving Forward

While you may have already undertaken a phased return to the office or workspace, it’s clear that COVID-19 has had an irreversible impact on the workplace. This is due to the fact that it has brought many different conversations to the forefront of our minds, such as accessibility and workplace safety. For example, in previous years, employees were often discouraged from working from home under the guise that it inhibits productivity and collaboration. However, the success rates of remote working have proven this to be untrue – perhaps opening a future where hybrid working is commonplace as opposed to an oddity.

Furthemore, the pandemic has caused us to question what it means to be safe in the workplace. For example, wearing masks has made us more mindful of the spread of germs and so forth. However, it’s important to remember that health & safety is something that all businesses must take seriously – regardless of the current situation. 

With that in mind, here are some top tips that you can use to improve your workplace security measures. 

  • Whether you work within construction or retail, you must ensure that all employees receive the appropriate training when they join your team. If they’ve spent the majority of the last year at home, you might want to offer them some form of refresher training to welcome them back safely. 
  • Installing security cameras within your workplace is a great way to protect your business, especially if it’s empty at the moment. However, remote site security cameras can also form an essential role in your health and safety procedures – as it means you can reassess footage whenever mistakes are made and figure out what changes need to be made to ensure they never happen again. You can also use this footage as part of your employee training. 
  • Provide employees with access to the appropriate tools and equipment that they need to get the job done. While purchasing new equipment can be costly – it is a worthwhile expense if it helps to keep your employees safe. Furthemore, higher quality equipment will also improve workplace productivity and efficiency. 
  • Check in with any government regulations regarding health and safety within your industry, and ensure that your practices are up to date. You should also ensure that you take out the appropriate workplace insurance during this time, such as liability insurance. 
  • Put together a document that clearly details the efforts you are going through to make the workplace safer, alongside a guide for what to do when things go wrong. Ensure that all employees have easy and quick access to this and that they familiarize themselves with it upon their return. 
  • In order to be safe at work, employees must feel focused. Therefore, if you want to make your workspace safer, you must work on creating the perfect company culture. Focus on teamwork and collaboration so that employees feel able to ask for additional support when they need to. The happier your employees are, the better they will be at their job. 



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