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Returning to Workplace – a Bitesize Briefing from MVA


Following the Government’s announcement that further Covid restrictions will be lifted from 17th May, MVA have released a Bitesize briefing on Covid-19 practical considerations and support for any of Medway’s VCS who are developing plans for returning to their workplace and/or resuming services.

As we progress through the Government's roadmap to easing lockdown, where local businesses work towards reopening (whether in part or full) and are aware of the Government advice and restrictions that continue to change, employers and charities may need to plan for gradual return to the workplace in a way that cares for their people and safeguards their health and wellbeing.

Employers should note that the timetable and rules set out in any ‘roadmap’ for easing lockdown were still subject to review, so it is important to keep up to date with any further changes during the progressive easing of lockdown.

To help with this, MVA has recently published an information video exploring Covid-19 practical considerations and support for local charities as they prepare for reopening following their closure due to the pandemic.

Available on YouTube, the Bitesize also contains an appendix of all the resources mentioned within the video, helping charities with the range of issues they need to consider as employees return to the workplace or resume their services.

If you would like further information or support on this topic, you can contact MVA by email at call on 01634 812850You can also visit the MVA website for further guides and resources.


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