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COVID-19 Webinar: workplace health and safety for not-for-profits with front line workers

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We are standing with the not-for-profit community sector by ramping up our support for organisations affected by COVID-19. 

Are you a not-for-profit organisation with workers delivering essential ​frontline services in the COVID-19 outbreak? Are you concerned about risks to these workers and others they interact with?

This FREE webinar will:

  • provide an overview of your legal obligations when it comes to ​the safety ​of your workers
  • help your organisation understand key workplace health and safety issues relevant to essential frontline workers ​during the COVID-19 epidemic
  • give you practical tips to manage these risks - ​protecting both your workers and your organisation

Join lawyers Kaela Hughes and Daniel Komesaroff for this 30 minute webinar.

We’ll also refer you to other resources including our newly–developed COVID-19 FAQs, a comprehensive response brief and other resources to help support you and your community organisation through this challenging time.

What you’ll receive 

  • 30-minutes of plain-language training from an expert lawyer
  • Copy of webinar recording and slide presentation (recording available for 30 days)
  • Information on further resources and support

Cost: Free

Here's what past participants said about our webinars

“Very practical guidance and lots of access to resources and links etc to help in the future!”

“Webinars make it a lot more convenient and I would definitely recommend others to attend your webinars.”

“Really clear, concise and accessible information. Thank you!”

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If you have any questions please contact nfptraining@justiceconnect.org.au

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Justice Connect’s privacy policy is available here: www.justiceconnect.org.au/privacy. The policy contains important information about how you can access and request correction of information we hold about you, how you may complain about a breach of the Australian Privacy Principles and how Justice Connect will deal with any privacy complaint. If you have any questions, our contact details are email: privacy@justiceconnect.org.au; mail: PO Box 16013 Collins Street West, Melbourne 8007; telephone: 61 3 8636 4400

Last Updated: 09 April 2020

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