FIOH, PEROSH member from Finland, produced guidelines for workplaces to prevent coronavirus infection

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The specialists from the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH) have prepared guidelines for employers and employees for the coronavirus epidemic. One of the most important ones is the guideline and checklist for the COVID-19-risk assessment.

If activities of the workplace pose a risk of exposure to the coronavirus, the employer must define the likelihood, nature, number and duration of employee exposure. Based on these, the risk posed for employees can be assessed, and measures for reducing risks to employees can be planned and implemented.

See the Instruction for the Risk Assessment.

See the Checklist for the Risk Assessment.

Some of the instructions for the employees are also in Russian and in Somali language. See instructions in different languages.

See all the instructions.

More information
Kristiina Kulha, Specialist, Communication,  kristiina.kulha@ttl.fi
Tommi Alanko, Director, Safety at Work, tommi.alanko@ttl.fi

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