Labour Matters (Webinar) 07 October 2020 | 10:00 – 13:00

The “new normal” rules of Workplace Health & Safety brought on by COVID-19

About this webinar

This workshop aims to provide an in-depth insight into the “new normal” compliance requirements applicable to health and safety at all workplaces and related employment and labour conundrums brought on by the COVID 19 pandemic.

The programme will include:

  • COVID 19 Health and Safety compliance requirements in terms of the National Disaster Act, Regulations and Directives on Health & Safety issued by the Minister of Employment and Labour
  • COVID 19 Risk Assessment & COVID 19 Workplace Plan
  • Incident Management in re: suspected or positive cases of COVID 19
  • Managing annual & sick leave usage due to COVID 19 illnesses or reduction of working hours due to slackness of trade
  • Latest developments on TERS


Michelle has 18 years’ experience practising as an Attorney in the specialist field of employment and labour law. The foundation of her Labour and Employment law career was established in November 1996 when she was appointed as an Associate to Judges of the Labour Court.  Michelle served at the Labour Court for 4 years.

After her court experience, Michelle was admitted as an Attorney of the High Court of South Africa in 2002.  In 2005, she was appointed as a Director of Deneys Reitz Inc. (the firm became Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa Inc.) Michelle practised Labour and Employment law in the role of Director at Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa Inc. for ten years.

Michelle established her own legal practice in 2018 trading as M.N Attorneys, is a Panellist of Aequitate Dispute Resolution Services and a member of the South African Society of Labour Law.


07 October : 10:00 – 12:30 (Two hour presentation and 30 minutes for questions)

Closing date for registrations: 05 October 2020

All sessions are mandatory to qualify for a certificate.

Who should register?

Corporate and government legal advisors, practising legal practitioners (attorneys and advocates) and candidate legal practitioners.

Cost of webinar

R850.00 (VAT Inclusive) per participant.
How to register

Kindly note that you can only register online and that there are limited places available. Participants should be registered individually to enable the system to generate a unique username and password for each person.

Payment should be made by electronic funds transfer (EFT) only. Remember to upload the proof of payment (PDF) in step 2 (Online registration form)LSSA banking details: Account name: Law Society of South Africa | Bank: FNB Pretoria | Branch code: 251445 | Account no: 6200 9641 079 | Reference Surname, name and cell number


Once you have successfully registered to participate, you will receive confirmation that we have received your registration documentation. You will receive a system-generated e-mail with a link (Microsoft Teams) to the webinar at least 24 hours before the webinar starts. Read the instructions in the e-mail carefully and test your link (Microsoft Teams) to the webinar page at least 20 min before it starts.
For more information about this webinar contact Seminar Department:

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Please take note

  • The LSSA will not accept liability if the fees are not paid into the designated LSSA bank account.
  • The webinar is conducted in English only.
  • Should you need to cancel your registration, this must be done in writing within two business days before the closing date to avoid the full fee being charged.

Course Dates

Webinar date: 07 October  2020, 10:00 – 12:30
Closing date for registrations: 05 October 2020
R990.00 (VAT Inclusive) per participant.


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