Anvil publishes pandemic recovery guide

Global risk management firm, Anvil Group, has published a new pandemic recovery guide to aid organisations in their return to the workplace.

The guide walks organisations through the considerations needed to get staff safely back into the workplace, as well as feeling confident about travelling again. It includes the many factors they will need to consider including monitoring and real-time alerts concerning global COVID-19 cases; international and domestic travel restrictions and other issues affecting business travel and operations; occupational health guidance and workplace health and safety risk assessments; PPE advice and equipment requirements, including COVID-19 testing; and mental health and psychological support and programmes.

Matthew Judge, group managing director of the firm said: “In these exceptionally challenging times, we’re now encouraged to see organisations preparing to return to travel and certain workplaces, albeit in a very different way...our pandemic recovery solutions guide assists organisations in navigating this journey safely and with confidence.”

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