Please note read this along with South African Legislation.
- Maintain a safe and risk-free work environment.
- Risk assessment and employee education.
- Develop and implement COVID-19 specific policy guide and procedures.
- Specific roles & responsibilities of health and safety personnel.
- Screen and take employees temperatures.
- Encourage work from home, especially 60 years and vulnerable employees.
- Manage sick employees
- A plan for if someone shows COVID-19 symptoms at work.
- Age of 60 and workers with co-morbidities work-from-home option.
- Adhere to screening requirements.
- Use a cloth mask.
- Adhere to workplace COVID-19 policies and procedures.
- Wash hands regularly, soap and water, 20 seconds.
- Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth.
- Reasonably avoid close contact with sick people.
- Cover cough or sneeze with flexed elbow.
- Disinfect touched objects and surfaces.
- Do not come to work if sick or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and inform employer.
- Inform employer if in contact with a person tested positive for COVID-19.
- Display COVID-19 posters and signs.
- Hand sanitizers available.
- Required PPE available.
- Office space divided into access zones.
- Contactless collection of documentation.
- Good ventilation.
- Regular clean surfaces and equipment.
- Stop sharing hardware, or sanitising protocols between users.
- 1.5 metres of space between workstations.
- Plastic screen dividers or masks for regular interaction points.
- Floor Marking Floor Tape for distancing.
- Kitchen arrangements.
- Visitors and deliveries only allowed upon prior arrangement.
- Screen before entering.
- Hand sanitizer.
- Allocated meeting space.
- Encourage contactless collection or drop off.
- Engage through technogology t and limit face to face contacts.
- Encourage self-reliance and responsibility.
- Ask learners to share work on digital platforms:
- Adhere to COVID-19 training received, policies and procedures.
Face to face with learners:
- Send guidelines on travel.
- Seat learners 1.5 meters away.
- Restrict group numbers.
- Advice stay at home if sick.
- SCREEN learners for access to class.
- Desks to be disinfected.
Learners use hand sanitiser on arrival, each comfort break and on completion.
- Adhere to policies and procedures.
- Do not come if sick.
- Inform if not attending.
- Avoid coming to class if in contact with a person tested positive for COVID-19.
- Practice good preventive tips and hygiene.
- Travel safe and note public transport guidelines.
- Take ownership and responsibility.
- Actively engage in virtual and online platforms and communicate with facilitator.
- Facilitator assistance available.
Employee and Learner Wellbeing
- Encourage taking care of nutrition and to exercise. Adequate vitamins and minerals.
- Monitor and respond to psychosocial well-being of employees and learners during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Drivers Conduct and purchases
- Limit passengers and to sit in the rear seat.
- Wear a cloth mask.
- Disinfect car regularly.
All purchases for office, disinfected at the dedicated disinfected area.
- Avoid using public transport, elderly or health issues.
- Travel off-peak hours.
- Windows are open.
- Clean hands and cell phone.
- Wear a protective mask.
- Prepare exact taxi fare, avoid sharing germs with driver.
- Avoid touching face, eye and mouth area.
- Wash hands after getting off of public transport with soap and water for 20 seconds. If not possible, sanitise hands.
Community health and Wellbeing
Being committed to the health and safety of our employees, clients and learners we encourage your feedback and input to improve our health & safety practices at all time: