C-19 Coordinator Training



COVID-19 Coordinator Training: The Covid-19 Coordinator is the lead person from the employer side who is responsible for the planning and coordinating of Covid-19 activities. This training course has been developed to assist Covid-19 Coordinators in their role in order to ensure that all public health guidelines and requirements under the Return to Work Safely Protocol are in place. This is important to ensure the suppression of Covid-19 in the workplace. The Protocol emphasises the need for coordination, collaboration and communication between employers and workers. Each have a shared responsibility to ensure safety measures are implemented and adhered to in the workplace.

Course Content

  • Topic 1: Planning and Preparing
  • Topic 2: Control Measures
      • Hand Hygiene
      • Respiratory Hygiene
      • Social / Physical Distancing
  • Topic 3: Induction / Familiarisation
  • Topic 4: Role of the C-19 Lead Worker Representative
  • Topic 5: Dealing with a Suspected or Confirmed Case of Covid-19 in the Workplace
  • Topic 6: Cleaning, Disinfection and PPE
  • Topic 7: Additional Information

Course Format

This training will be delivered online and requires a computer/device connected to the internet and is running on a web browser. The course contains audio so participants will require headphones or speakers plugged into the computer or device to listen to it.

Course Layout

The course covers 7 topics as required by the Covid-19 Specific National Protocol for Employers and Workers and the NSAI Covid-19 Retail Protection and Improvement Guide. Approximate duration 2 hours

Course Certification

After completing all topics, participants will take an assessment to test their knowledge. Once each assessment for each topic is completed, participants can proceed to download a certificate of completion. This should be available for inspection if required.

Course Cost

65.00 Euro per person.

Group bookings can also be arranged, please email training@corribviewsafety.ie for more information.