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2 for 1 Online Course: OHSA Compliance and Labour Relations Practices (APSO)

Start
May 28, 2020 12:30 pm
End
May 28, 2020 3:30 pm
Address
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R550.00

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

Online Course – 2 in 1: The ultimate C19 Workshop, OHSA compliance and labour relations practices

About the Online Workshop

This 3-hour workshop, customised to address the realities of the triangular employment relationship, will provide guidance and confidence to TES providers who grapple with the workforce management challenges posed by Covid-19.

  • OHSA-related matters because C-19 requires that all employers comply with the workplace risk assessments, development and implementation of workplace plans and related governance requirements.
  • Labour relations matters recognizing that C19 has impacted the economy and caused organisations to review workforce structure, re-evaluate flexibility and consider re-setting employment costs. Understanding your (TES/Employer) rights, and those of your employees, will provide protection & opportunities for sustainable business.

In association with 

Who Should Attend

Business Owners

Recruitment Agencies

Temporary Employment Services (TES)

TES Client Account Managers

TES Site Supervisors

OHSA representatives

Workshop Details

  • Date: 28 May 2020
  • Venue: Online via Zoom
  • Time: 12h30 – 15h30
  • Workshop Price: R 550 (Excluding VAT)

About the Presenter

Grant Wilkinson was a BUSA and CAPES representative at the Parliamentary process for Labour Law Amendments of 2014/5. A practicing attorney, Grant uses his 17 years of specialist labour law experience combined with commercial business skills obtained in various roles to unpack critical skills and decision-making required to ensure a legally compliant and efficient restructuring process. Having been involved in many turnaround strategies and retrenchment exercises – large and small – Grant provides practical insight in this taxing space.

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

Workshop Outline

OHSA compliance and COVID-19 key questions to be addressed include:

  • What must be included in a workplace plan based on risk assessment?
  • What are the competency requirements for the COVID-19 appointed representative?
  • If I have various operations, how many appointed representatives must be appointed?
  • Are the control areas that must be inspected as listed in the Department of Employment and Labour sufficient or must I add in the Department of Health criteria and lists as well?
  • Is it compulsory to let 60+ year old’s and employees with comorbidities work from home and to pay them even if they can’t?
  • When will COVID-19 be deemed to be occupationally acquired?
  • What must be covered in a screening questionnaire?
  • How are the HBA regulations catered for and how do they fit into the current OHS governance environment?
  • What is meant by symptom monitoring and management and what are the processes and reporting requirements?
  • How to classify worker exposure and what is meant by taking “special measures”?
  • What employee communication and capacitation requirements are there?

Labour relations dynamics in COVID-19 situations such as:

  • When can “no-work-no-pay” be applied and when I change working hours and terms, and must it be preceded by s189-type consultations?
  • What selection criteria must be applied to determine who returns to work on a staggered basis?
  • What if an employee refuses to return to work for fear of contracting C-19?
  • What do I do if a 60+year old employee or one with a comorbidity can’t work from home?
  • What are the key terms, rights and obligations with a remote work policy?
  • What are the various types of leave that apply to various situations around c-19?
  • When can employees decide to quarantine and what are the payment requirements?
  • What do I do when leave is exhausted and how do incapacity procedures apply?
  • Various alternative sources and forms of remuneration cost reduction and co-funding – how to access these.
  • How do I make provision for future instances where the risk adjusted levels change and I need to lay-off again and how can the business be aligned to the “new normal”?
  • Is it a requirement to pay employees when they are sent into quarantine after other employees test positive?

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Event Details

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Start
May 28, 2020 12:30 pm
End
May 28, 2020 3:30 pm
Address
Online   View map

R550.00

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

Online Course – 2 in 1: The ultimate C19 Workshop, OHSA compliance and labour relations practices

About the Online Workshop

This 3-hour workshop, customised to address the realities of the triangular employment relationship, will provide guidance and confidence to TES providers who grapple with the workforce management challenges posed by Covid-19.

  • OHSA-related matters because C-19 requires that all employers comply with the workplace risk assessments, development and implementation of workplace plans and related governance requirements.
  • Labour relations matters recognizing that C19 has impacted the economy and caused organisations to review workforce structure, re-evaluate flexibility and consider re-setting employment costs. Understanding your (TES/Employer) rights, and those of your employees, will provide protection & opportunities for sustainable business.

In association with 

Who Should Attend

Business Owners

Recruitment Agencies

Temporary Employment Services (TES)

TES Client Account Managers

TES Site Supervisors

OHSA representatives

Workshop Details

  • Date: 28 May 2020
  • Venue: Online via Zoom
  • Time: 12h30 – 15h30
  • Workshop Price: R 550 (Excluding VAT)

About the Presenter

Grant Wilkinson was a BUSA and CAPES representative at the Parliamentary process for Labour Law Amendments of 2014/5. A practicing attorney, Grant uses his 17 years of specialist labour law experience combined with commercial business skills obtained in various roles to unpack critical skills and decision-making required to ensure a legally compliant and efficient restructuring process. Having been involved in many turnaround strategies and retrenchment exercises – large and small – Grant provides practical insight in this taxing space.

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

Workshop Outline

OHSA compliance and COVID-19 key questions to be addressed include:

  • What must be included in a workplace plan based on risk assessment?
  • What are the competency requirements for the COVID-19 appointed representative?
  • If I have various operations, how many appointed representatives must be appointed?
  • Are the control areas that must be inspected as listed in the Department of Employment and Labour sufficient or must I add in the Department of Health criteria and lists as well?
  • Is it compulsory to let 60+ year old’s and employees with comorbidities work from home and to pay them even if they can’t?
  • When will COVID-19 be deemed to be occupationally acquired?
  • What must be covered in a screening questionnaire?
  • How are the HBA regulations catered for and how do they fit into the current OHS governance environment?
  • What is meant by symptom monitoring and management and what are the processes and reporting requirements?
  • How to classify worker exposure and what is meant by taking “special measures”?
  • What employee communication and capacitation requirements are there?

Labour relations dynamics in COVID-19 situations such as:

  • When can “no-work-no-pay” be applied and when I change working hours and terms, and must it be preceded by s189-type consultations?
  • What selection criteria must be applied to determine who returns to work on a staggered basis?
  • What if an employee refuses to return to work for fear of contracting C-19?
  • What do I do if a 60+year old employee or one with a comorbidity can’t work from home?
  • What are the key terms, rights and obligations with a remote work policy?
  • What are the various types of leave that apply to various situations around c-19?
  • When can employees decide to quarantine and what are the payment requirements?
  • What do I do when leave is exhausted and how do incapacity procedures apply?
  • Various alternative sources and forms of remuneration cost reduction and co-funding – how to access these.
  • How do I make provision for future instances where the risk adjusted levels change and I need to lay-off again and how can the business be aligned to the “new normal”?
  • Is it a requirement to pay employees when they are sent into quarantine after other employees test positive?
Category:

Status

Event Details

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

Online Course – 2 in 1: The ultimate C19 Workshop, OHSA compliance and labour relations practices

About the Online Workshop

This 3-hour workshop, customised to address the realities of the triangular employment relationship, will provide guidance and confidence to TES providers who grapple with the workforce management challenges posed by Covid-19.

  • OHSA-related matters because C-19 requires that all employers comply with the workplace risk assessments, development and implementation of workplace plans and related governance requirements.
  • Labour relations matters recognizing that C19 has impacted the economy and caused organisations to review workforce structure, re-evaluate flexibility and consider re-setting employment costs. Understanding your (TES/Employer) rights, and those of your employees, will provide protection & opportunities for sustainable business.

In association with 

Who Should Attend

Business Owners

Recruitment Agencies

Temporary Employment Services (TES)

TES Client Account Managers

TES Site Supervisors

OHSA representatives

Workshop Details

  • Date: 28 May 2020
  • Venue: Online via Zoom
  • Time: 12h30 – 15h30
  • Workshop Price: R 550 (Excluding VAT)

About the Presenter

Grant Wilkinson was a BUSA and CAPES representative at the Parliamentary process for Labour Law Amendments of 2014/5. A practicing attorney, Grant uses his 17 years of specialist labour law experience combined with commercial business skills obtained in various roles to unpack critical skills and decision-making required to ensure a legally compliant and efficient restructuring process. Having been involved in many turnaround strategies and retrenchment exercises – large and small – Grant provides practical insight in this taxing space.

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

Workshop Outline

OHSA compliance and COVID-19 key questions to be addressed include:

  • What must be included in a workplace plan based on risk assessment?
  • What are the competency requirements for the COVID-19 appointed representative?
  • If I have various operations, how many appointed representatives must be appointed?
  • Are the control areas that must be inspected as listed in the Department of Employment and Labour sufficient or must I add in the Department of Health criteria and lists as well?
  • Is it compulsory to let 60+ year old’s and employees with comorbidities work from home and to pay them even if they can’t?
  • When will COVID-19 be deemed to be occupationally acquired?
  • What must be covered in a screening questionnaire?
  • How are the HBA regulations catered for and how do they fit into the current OHS governance environment?
  • What is meant by symptom monitoring and management and what are the processes and reporting requirements?
  • How to classify worker exposure and what is meant by taking “special measures”?
  • What employee communication and capacitation requirements are there?

Labour relations dynamics in COVID-19 situations such as:

  • When can “no-work-no-pay” be applied and when I change working hours and terms, and must it be preceded by s189-type consultations?
  • What selection criteria must be applied to determine who returns to work on a staggered basis?
  • What if an employee refuses to return to work for fear of contracting C-19?
  • What do I do if a 60+year old employee or one with a comorbidity can’t work from home?
  • What are the key terms, rights and obligations with a remote work policy?
  • What are the various types of leave that apply to various situations around c-19?
  • When can employees decide to quarantine and what are the payment requirements?
  • What do I do when leave is exhausted and how do incapacity procedures apply?
  • Various alternative sources and forms of remuneration cost reduction and co-funding – how to access these.
  • How do I make provision for future instances where the risk adjusted levels change and I need to lay-off again and how can the business be aligned to the “new normal”?
  • Is it a requirement to pay employees when they are sent into quarantine after other employees test positive?
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