CILT SKILLNET, the National Agency for Worldplace Learning is providing training courses for companies as they prepare to return to business, sponsored by the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT). To date these courses are filling up. See training courses details and dates below.
CILT Skilnet received an overwhelming response to their initial COVID-19 Designated Person Training course. The modules were fully booked in a matter of hours and to meet this demand they are running an additional course on 18 June.
In addition to the Designated Person Training, they are running a Returning to Work with COVID-19 Training Programme. This programme is for Business Owners and Managers and has been designed to help plan for the practicalities of a safe return to work for employees, contractors, suppliers, customers and visitors etc.
All CILT Skillnet COVID-19 Training Programmes can be delivered on an in-company basis and can be tailored to meets specific sectors.
COVID-19: Designated Person Training
Date & Time: 18 June 2020 – 9 am to 11 am
Location: Online Zoom Webinar
Subsidised Cost: €20
The Return to Work Safely Protocol published by the Department of Business, Enterprise & Innovation with its underlying guideline for all sectors in reopening their workplaces has specifically mentioned the nomination of a COVID-19 Designated Person in each place of work and for them to receive training in this role.
This online, trainer-led webinar will provide an overview of the role, what is required of them and a list of safety considerations for the workplace they will have to implement, monitor, review and report on.
|Introduction||What is Coronavirus?|
|COVID19 Designated person||Function
Role – What is involved?
Support from Site Management
Communication to all staff
Reporting to Management regarding adherence to safety measures Monitoring of behaviours and discipline of breaches
|Health & Safety Legislation||Measures were undertaken to address staff wellbeing|
|Preventing the spread of COVID19||Close Working
Behaviours – Everybody has a part to play
Shift Adjustment/Cross over
|General Site Considerations||Return to Work Process
Site Walkways and General Access
Communal and Welfare Areas
|Wider Considerations||Customer-Facing Roles
First Aid Responder Guidance
Management of Meetings
Travel to/from Work
|Contractors / Suppliers / Visitors||What do they need to know about site safety measure before coming on-site|
|COVID19 Response Person||Procedure in place to address a Suspected COVID19 Cases in work
Cleaning space following suspected COVID19 case
|Information sources||Monitoring updates from Government Departments, HSE etc
Communications of updates to staff teams
This is an intensive, interactive training course. A certificate of completion will be awarded to verified participants. The webinar will be delivered via Zoom by Mary Finn, Connect4Work.