Health and SafetyWorks Virtual Forum

A Safe and Healthy Return to Work

during the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 crisis is certainly putting serious pressure

on both Employers and Employees. The pandemic is a Game Changer

that resulted to unimaginable outcomes!

Employers are obliged to revise their Risk Assessment

and Disaster Management strategies. They are facing the dilemma

of whether they will partially or even totally shift to new procedures and practices

in a very restrictive time, suspend or close the business. This crisis has translated

life to a new level of a very challenging dimension.

On May 01, 2020, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE)

announced the promulgation of DTI and DOLE’s interim Guidelines

on Workplace Prevention and Control of Covid-19, which in principle,

the Employers and workers in the private sector were mandated to observe

strict health protocols as the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ)

and General Community Quarantine (GCQ) remain in effect.

They are required to follow total precautionary measures.

Occupational Health and Safety is one critical responsibility of the Employer.

The new Occupational Safety and Health Standard (OSHS) guidelines, under RA 11058, mandates the employers to comply with OSHS standards, including updated training programs, on-site clinic facilities, audit, compliance tracking, educating workers on workplace hazards, and providing safe facilities and personal protective equipment, among others. The workers have the right to refuse unsafe and unhealthy work conditions.

Compliance with OSH Standards is a must to all establishments.

It is considered as a step towards industrial peace and harmony.

The Occupational Safety and Health Center (OSHC), in partnership with

the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) directs private institutions

and government organizations to ensure the health and safety of their employees.

As the new law protects workers nationwide, HR Professionals and People Managers need to be aware of how these changes impact on their organizations.

The Health and SafetyWorks Virtual Forum aims to fortify your current know-how

in sustaining a safe and healthy workplace in the new normal.

Health and SafetyWorks Virtual Forum

Building a Proactive Safety and Health Culture

Managing Health, Safe Environment and Regulatory Compliance

Monday & Tuesday

July 27 – 28, 2020

10:00 AM – 12:00 NN PHT

2:00 PM – 5:00 PM PHT

Sunday & Monday

July 27 – 28, 2020

10:00 PM – 12:00 AM EDT

2:00 AM – 5:00 AM EDT

Monday & Tuesday

July 27 – 28, 2020

3:00 AM – 5:00 AM BST

7:00 AM – 10:00 AM BST

Monday & Tuesday

July 27 – 28, 2020

12:00 NN- 2:00 PM AEST

4:00 PM – 7:00 PM AEST


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Webinar Highlights:

The Health and SafetyWorks Virtual Forum is a timely and meaningful topic on conducting a safe return to the workplace, supporting and protecting workers adapt to the new normal. The World of Work is adversely affected brought about by the havoc of this crisis! Society, as a whole, needs to act expediently. Businesses have to recover from a slumped economy.  Employers and Social Partners must seek ways to protect and support their workers and families, beyond what the Government can provide.

The Forum will focus on the terms, conditions, policies, practices, and compliance of Occupational Safety and Health Standards to help employers and workers to stay safe and healthy in a work environment that has been significantly altered by the COVID 19 pandemic. Guidelines include examples of general measures, depending on the particular work situation, can help employers achieve an appropriately safe and healthy work environment in resuming business activities.

The OSH Center offers interim guidance on prevention of worker’s exposure to COVID 19, including what to do if someone is infected. Guidelines also cover the installation of appropriate preventive measures to achieve a safe and healthy environment upon return to work. Further, this Forum shall expound on the guidelines in suppressing transmission of COVID 19; and will provide updates on the emerging Occupational Safety and Health directions and regulations for Employer compliance.

The Forum is a learning venue on what infection control strategies Employers should adopt after a thorough hazard assessment, utilizing integrated engineering and administrative controls, practicing safe work practices and wearing of personal protective equipment (PPE). Certain OSHC Standards, that apply to prevention of occupational exposure to SARS-CoV-2, shall be discussed as Employers are required to train workers on elements of infection prevention, including the use of PPE.

Webinar Objectives:

The Health and SafetyWorks Virtual Forum aims to facilitate voluntary compliance of Labor Laws and Occupational Safety and Health Standards to support Employers, Entrepreneurs, Professional Managers, and Leaders level up in their business processes, with an end goal of prevention of workplace exposure to COVID 19. The other Learning topics include:

  • Complying with OSH Standards in the Workplace
  • Assessing Risks and Implementing Measures
  • Equipping Employees of Risk Management
  • Fortifying Productivity during Crisis
  • Managing a high Rate of Absenteeism
  • Enhancing Social Responsibility Goals 
  • Supporting Physical and Mental Health at Work
  • Caring for Employees who are and were Sick
  • Engaging Employees who Work From Home (WFH)
  • Sustaining a Good Business Model

Webinar Agenda:

Session 1: Workplace Mental Health: DO 208-20 Guidelines for the Implementation of Mental Health Workplace Policies and Programs for the Private Sector

Session 2: The DTI-DOLE’s Interim Guidelines on Workplace Prevention and Control of Covid-19

Session 3: Back to the Workplace: Minimizing Exposure to COVID-19 and Workplace Quarantine Guidelines

Session 4: DOLE Labor Advisories and PhilHealth Policy on COVID-19 Testing

Session 5: Prevention and Mitigation of COVID-19 at Work 

Session 6: Employer’s Role in Managing COVID-19 Stress: Business Resilience and Continuity

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Survey Online Questionnaire will be emailed after the e-Learning Event for participants to give feedback.

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Please ensure email address provided during registration is accurate or eCertificates may not be received.

Online Certificates will be available 3-5 days after the e-Learning Event.



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