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A mixture of useful resources from government, industry, opinions and news have been collated and available here.
In addition you can view the COVID-19 Recovery Network Panel events on our YouTube channel. These Q&A sessions featured a wide range of experts from across our network who answered questions on subjects such as crisis communication, cyber security, supply chain risks, behaviours and wellbeing and vaccinations.
Working safely during coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance from Step 4
The UK government has published this guidance reflecting the measures you should follow at Step 4 of the roadmap. It’s been issued so that you can use it to inform your planning and business operations from 19 July onwards. Click here to access the guidance.
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The Risk Doctor, David Hillson, talks about the threats and opportunities that may arise from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cardinus' return to work Facilities checklist
Video interview with Professor Sir Cary Cooper on psychological safety and leadership for home workers.
What does a Return to Work Strategy Look Like - Guidance from IIRSM member Peter Kinselley
Employment law - Basic rights factsheet - provided by LawExpress (members have unlimited access to this helpline service as part of their membership - see website for contact details).
Thinking the Unthinkable latest post: Bravo, Macron, for thinking the unthinkable
CIC (Construction Industry Council) Digest.
Gas Safety during the COVID-19 pandemic - an article by IIRSM member Paul Smith of Beyond Housing
Biggest threat to cyber security - article from FSM (Fire and Security Matters)
Business Continuity Institute Coronavirus Preparedness Survey results
Technical helpline provider, Croner's online coronavirus toolkit.
CIC (Construction Industry Council) Digest, including information for the Self-Employed
Barbour guide - staying on the right side of the law when dealing with COVID-19 outbreak
Why some people are still not staying at home - Psychology today article