Covid 19 Business Continuity
Covid 19 Ready Workplace
COVID-19 spread is emotionally challenging for many people, changing day-to-day life in unprecedented ways. All sections of society – including employers and employees – should play a role to protect themselves and each other and help prevent further spread of the disease.
WHO is providing advice and updated information on COVID-19, and on how employers can protect their employees, what measures they should take in the workplace and other related factors.
Recognising that these are times like no other, it is vital to take the time to connect. By understanding the impacts, challenges and unique changes required by each person to reframe and move positively forward, a team can deepen its bonds and create a new normal.
Spending time learning together, having fun and resetting objectives will help your team to forge a new track.
The model Work Health and Safety (WHS) laws require workplaces to take care of the health, safety and welfare of workers, including staff, contractors and volunteers, and others (clients, customers, visitors) at your workplace.
providing and maintaining a work environment that is without risk to health and safety
providing adequate and accessible facilities for the welfare of workers to carry out their work, and
monitoring the health of workers and the conditions of the workplace for the purpose of preventing illness or injury.
To Be Continued is committed staying up to date with current practice, and to eliminating the risk of exposure to COVID-19 as far as is reasonably practicable.
TBC will undertake to protect workers from the risk of exposure to COVID-19 by, for example:
considering working from home arrangements
requiring workers to practice physical distancing
requiring workers to wear PPE where required or mandated
requiring workers to practice good hygiene (e.g., through workplace policies and ensuring access to adequate and well stocked hygiene facilities)
requiring workers to stay home when sick, and
cleaning the workplace regularly and thoroughly.
For more information, download the National guide for safe workplaces - COVID-19