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Free COVID-19 Resources: Helping you manage the global outbreak in your workplace

Free COVID-19 Resources Donesafe

Donesafe is committed to making safer and more fulfilling workplaces for all.

As the COVID-19 situation continues to impact workers, businesses, and communities across the globe, our hearts go out to all directly or indirectly affected by the virus, and we wish our customers and entire global community health and safety during this time.

#Donesafehelps – How?

To uphold this mission, we have compiled a range of in-depth free resources for our partners, customers, and contacts to help organizations around the globe manage this unprecedented pandemic. These resources are free to share with those who are interested in or need some guidance.

What can we help you with?

We’ve been working with a range of health and safety leaders, content specialists and healthcare professionals to assist in the best possible way during these times. As Donesafe continues to support organizations regarding all things health and safety, we have put together the following free resources pack.

Videos, free courses, downloadables, training, templates, how-to guides, pandemic support, remote working changes, how to maintain morale and some FAQs.

What do our free resources look like?

We’ve covered the things you need, the things you want and the things you haven’t even thought about yet.

  • Videos including advice on employee travel, infection control, and flu season tips.
  • Articles on how to get your workplace ready for COVID-19
  • Training courses around transmissible illness prevention
  • A real-time global spread analysis report
  • Guidance on preparing workplaces

    And much, much more…

Grab Your Free Resources Here;


Over the last few months, we’ve been hit by one of the largest global pandemics as a community; COVID-19. COVID-19 is here, and yes it’s spreading. To keep us all healthy and working, high-level policies and changes have been put in place. 

At the time of publication, there’s a huge ban on groups of more than 100 people at any one time, travel has been strongly advised against or banned, frontline workers in the health and research sector are working harder than ever and we are all coming to terms with the new ‘norm’. 

What do we know about COVID-19? 

It’s hitting countries all over-the-world, some harder than others. Those in power are pushing for people to practice social-distancing in whatever way they can. 

Here’s what you can do:

  • Stay home, if you can
  • Wash your hands with soap
  • Stay informed (WHO and government websites)
  • Don’t stockpile masks, gloves, PPE and other items such as huge amounts of household products, groceries, medication. (Advice is to get what you need ONLY, hoarding supplies creates panic and unnecessary problems for others, suppliers and providers)
  • Remain calm – Whoosah*

*What does Whoosah mean? Whoosah is a slang expression variously used to indicate or achieve a state of calm and relaxation.

Depending on where you are reading this, there have been changes in everyday life; both in the business and personal sense. 

Personal

With social distancing in place and recommendations to stay indoors, Netflix seems like a good option along with contact-less food delivery services. The world has started to become a creative space for businesses to continue as/where necessary in order to stay in business. What’s new? Food delivery services are experiencing high demand with a number of changes in place, people/businesses are canceling travel plans, events and social gatherings have been postponed and cities are starting to look like ghost towns. 

Business – 

That’s why you’re reading this, right?

Employers are requesting that employees are to work from home – if possible, shift rotations are put in place to reduce the number of workers in business settings at any one time, reduced trading hours, people are self-isolating, individuals are to prioritize health and hygiene and practice social distancing.

Whether you are still in your place of work or continuing employment remotely, in isolation; at home or other locations, the possibility of hazards, risks, incidents are more likely than ever. Safety needs to remain a priority for employers and amongst employees. 


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