Helpful resources for Charity sector organisations

While the voluntary sector has responded incredibly to the coronavirus pandemic, the strain placed on senior leaders of UK charities cannot be underestimated.

As part of our continued commitment to supporting charitable organisations through day-to-day issues and periods of upheaval, Ellis Whittam is continuing to produce resources designed to help you remain resilient and adapt your operations confidently and compliantly.

Maintaining compliance and managing people in line with the law isn’t an easy task, especially during these turbulent times. If you don’t employ an in-house team, or your team don’t have the necessary expertise to deal with complex health and safety or people issues, external support in the form of our simple, personalised service is a perfect solution. Why not arrange a time to talk to us using the form opposite?

Helpful resources

To help you maintain COVID-secure measures and continue to meet your responsibilities to employees and volunteers, our Health & Safety specialists have created free risk assessment templates that can be used to assess the retail, office or home environment, implement necessary controls, and demonstrate the steps taken to reduce risk. We’ve also produced a sample COVID-19 Policy, which covers areas such as self-isolation, homeworking and dependant leave and will help you to communicate your arrangements to staff.

All of these documents have been recently updated ahead of the New Year.

If you find these resources useful, why not schedule a free no-obligation call with one of our friendly team using the form opposite to talk through your organisation’s Employment Law and Health & Safety requirements and the range of support available.

The latest COVID implications relating to Employment Law and H&S in the Charity Sector

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