About This Webinar
Tuesday 14 September 2021, 9:30 - 10:00 BST
With life getting back to ‘normal’, students are set to return back to universities in September and with COVID-19 still around, the education sector may be a breeding ground for coronavirus outbreaks. It is important that universities have the relevant health and safety measures in place to protect the health, safety and welfare of its students and staff.
In this webinar, our partner Rav Johal looks into how higher education institutions can prevent any claims against them.
The law/regulations that apply to Covid-19 claims
How could they prevent a claim and what to do if a claim arises?
Mental health issues associated with Covid-19
How to defend a claim
What are the risks to a university?
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