Everyone (just about) is working from home or will be at some stage. What are employers’ responsibilities for workplace health and safety (WHS) when everyone is working from home? What are workers’ responsibilities? Does anyone really know? Can your employer give you a “surprise” visit at home to inspect your worksite while you’re still in your pajamas, coffee in one hand, laptop in the other, kids waving homework your face, and dog eating your Ethernet cables and authentication token…?
Wednesday 20 October
11am – 11:45am
Microsoft Teams – Webinar
Core Area Practice management and business skills
Meet your host
Special Advisor – Proximity
Vicki is a respected lawyer in her specialty fields of employment and industrial relations law, work health and safety, public law and law enforcement.
Vicki has over 25 years’ experience working in legal, policy and operational capacities with Commonwealth and ACT Government agencies, as well as registered organisations.
Vicki is sought after by clients for her problem-solving skills and willingness to take on complex and challenging issues.
She is equally dedicated to supporting senior managers and developing young lawyers.
Vicki has experience managing in-house legal practices and providing legal advice to clients on organisational issues, including workplace structures, policies, strategic planning and risk management.