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Preventing COVID-19 in your workplace or while teleworking

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Preventing COVID-19 in your workplace or while teleworking

There are simple things you can do to keep yourself, your colleagues at work and your family members protected from COVID-19. Watch this short animation and learn how to prevent COVID-19 in your workplace or while teleworking.
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COVID-19: Staying Safe at Work

This resource is for general informational purposes only. This resources expresses the opinions of the authors only and is not approved or endorsed by any local, state or federal government authority. This resource should not be considered to be or used as legal or medical advice.

The COVID-19 impact to society and the mitigation strategies, such as social distancing and shedding prevention, have impacted how work is performed across all places of employment. This training provides guidance for protecting anyone that requires working indoors, in close contact to others, or sharing common workspaces. We hope to minimize the risk of exposure, illness, and spread of the disease.
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Safe Return to Work (Video 5: English) - Joint risk assessment for COVID-19 prevention at workplace

The current COVID-19 crisis has affected the entire economy, thereby having greater impact on workplaces and in particular on the workers. In many Indian States, the lockdown measures are easing and most economic activities are resuming to normal.

The world of work now slowly appears on the path of recovery. However, this is the time to be more cautious towards health and safety of our workforces and employers.

This video series presents the practical guidelines developed by the ILO's occupational safety and health (OSH) experts. Employers, workers and governments can use these educational videos to promote safety measures to prevent spread of COVID-19 at workplace.

This is the fifth video of the five part video series developed by ILO Decent Work Technical Support Team and Country Office for India. It explains the need for joint risk assessment at workplace by employers and workers for prevention from COVID-19.

Watch the entire series and don't forget to share with others.
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COVID19 & Getting Back to Work: Safety Plan

As Ontario gets back to work, it’s important for your workplace to have a new safety that will help to reduce the risks related to COVID-19. How will you keep your workplace safe? Watch this video, then get what you need to create your own safety plan at wsps.ca/covid19
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Tips to Keep Your Workplace Safe from COVID-19

Use these safety and health tips to keep everyone safe at work. Learn more at

Understanding COVID-19 and How to Stay Safe

This video contains updated information. Updated April, 8, 2020

The Emmi COVID-19 video helps educate the public on ways to stay healthy during this pandemic and explains:
· What COVID-19 is and how it spreads
· What to do if they are feeling sick or are worried about exposure
· How to stay healthy and stop the spread

Safe Return to Work (Video5: Tamil) - Joint risk assessment for COVID-19 prevention at workplace

This is a Tamil language version of the Safe Return to Work (Video 5: Malayalam) - Joint risk assessment for COVID-19 prevention at workplace

Watch original English Video here

The current COVID-19 crisis has affected the entire economy, thereby having greater impact on workplaces and in particular on the workers. In many Indian States, the lockdown measures are easing and most economic activities are resuming to normal.

The world of work now slowly appears on the path of recovery. However, this is the time to be more cautious towards health and safety of our workforces and employers.

This video series presents the practical guidelines developed by the ILO's occupational safety and health (OSH) experts. Employers, workers and governments can use these educational videos to promote safety measures to prevent spread of COVID-19 at workplace.

This is the fifth video of the five part video series developed by ILO Decent Work Technical Support Team and Country Office for India. It explains the need for joint risk assessment at workplace by employers and workers for prevention from COVID-19.

Watch the entire series and don't forget to share with others.

Tips for COVID-19 prevention at workplace | Answer Bank

With many back to work and others still in quarantine, here are some basic tips for keeping safe and sound at workplaces. Stay alert and healthy.

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10 Tips for Staying Safe in the Era of COVID-19

Living in the era of COVID-19 can be scary, and there is a lot of misinformation out there. Here are 10 tips to stay safe and manage your healthcare during this pandemic.
1. Wash your hands
2. Practice social distancing
3. Wear a mask
4. Talk to your doctor before stopping any medication
5. Work from home if you can
6. Don’t ignore your own symptoms
7. Understand your risk
8. Be prepared for telemedicine
9. In person visits may be necessary
10. Take care of your physical & mental health

COVID-19 Everyday Precautions

The Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (PFF) is closely monitoring the impact of the coronavirus outbreak. People with chronic illnesses, such as pulmonary fibrosis (PF), may be at higher risk for developing complications from COVID-19. There are several everyday precautions that individuals can take to help avoid infection from the virus. These include staying home as much as possible, limiting contact with those outside your household and avoiding non-essential errands and visits. As telehealth options are expanding, PF patients should contact their doctors about routine visits and testing.

For more information, visit pulmonaryfibrosis.org/covid19.

Social media platforms -
Twitter - @PFFORG
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LinkedIn- Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation

Please note that any information contained in this presentation is for informational and/or educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always consult your personal physician or health care provider with any questions you may have regarding your specific medical condition.

This presentation is protected by U.S. and International copyright laws. Reproductions and distribution of this presentation without written permission from the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation is prohibited.

© 2020 Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation
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How to prevent COVID-19 transmission in the workplace

We’re transitioning out of stay-at-home orders, but the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t gone away. Dr. Jason Bowling, University Health System’s hospital epidemiologist, answers questions about keeping your workplace safe.

Office workers work remotely to prevent spread of COVID-19

For some office workers, working from home will be their new reality for the near future as companies try to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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Coronavirus and COVID-19 Prevention and Management - Employee Workplace Training Preview

Coronavirus and COVID-19 Prevention and Management

Coronaviruses are a large group of viruses that can cause illnesses ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).

As a family, coronaviruses are common across the globe. Recently, a new strain of coronavirus was discovered that has not previously been identified in humans. This new coronavirus, sometimes referred to as the novel coronavirus, leads to Coronavirus disease, also known as COVID-19.

This programme covers:

· Common Symptoms

· Who is at most risk?

· How Coronaviruses are spread

· Control Measures

· Hand Washing

· What to do if you experience symptoms

The objective of this programme is to increase awareness of Coronaviruses in general, and COVID-19 more specifically, and by so doing, increase awareness of the standards for worker responsibility in observing and being active in daily safety procedures.

Following procedures that have been laid down will go a long way to protect you from infection.

DURATION: 10 Minutes

Employee COVID-19 Training

COVID-19: Workplace safety

For the past year, the focus for all of us during this pandemic has been on keeping safe. That’s posed some real challenges on the job front. While many people have been able to work from home, frontline workers have not had that luxury. Companies that rely on offices and physical workspaces have also had to adjust. How has that gone? CGTN’s Hendrik Sybrandy reports.
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Workplace Employee Safety Training by Rick Hunter

In this video we go over how to protect your workplace and employees from Coronovirus (COVID-19). Download the powerpoint to this video and other handouts at:

COVID-19: How to combat stigma and discrimination at the workplace?

COVID-19 outbreak has provocated stigma and discrimination against people perceived to have been in contact with the virus or people with certain ethnic backgrounds, nationalities and migrants. How trade unions can address stigma and discrimination at the workplace? Learn more here...

COVID in the Workplace

The Pasadena Public Health Department gives tips on what to do in the event that a business experiences one or more cases of COVID-19.

Physically Active While Teleworking During the COVID19 Pandemic-1080

The video demonstrates ways to be physically active while teleworking during the COVID19 pandemic.

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