Free Winter Toolkit: Must-have Compliance Resources

Winter is an especially challenging time for employers from a Health & Safety perspective with cold conditions, slippery surfaces, dark nights, low temperatures and potential site shutdowns. With winter-related absences and potential travel disruption from cold weather, you’ll also face specific HR challenges.

To help, our experts have put together a Winter Toolkit containing must-have resources for business owners, including our:

  • Winter working cheat sheet: key Health & Safety considerations;
  • Adverse weather Toolbox Talk: to make sure your staff are all in the know;
  • Managing sickness and absence guide: best practice guidance for business owners;
  • Free Risk Assessment template: to help ensure you’re getting the basics right.

To download your FREE toolkit, simply leave your details on the form opposite!

Webinar: how to winterproof your business

Covering everything from gritting walkways and traffic management to sickness and absence and crafting a snow policy, our Head of Health & Safety, Lee Mockridge and Director of Employment Law, Guy Woodcock, discuss how to winterproof your business in our on-demand webinar below.

 The on-demand webinar offers expert insight and practice advice, including:

  • Practical Health & Safety considerations and tips
  • Specific considerations surrounding winter driving
  • How to manage winter-related absences
  • Communication tips to keep your people, clients and visitors safe

For further support or additional questions, please give our team a call on 0114 244 4461 or leave a message on our contact us page and we’ll be in touch.

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