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As we all continue to adjust to the changes that 2020 never seems to stop bringing, here’s what you can do to ensure that your organization is in the best possible position to continue operating safely in the event of… The post 8 Ways to Prepare for a Second COVID-19 Wave appeared first on OSG. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Respirators. N95 masks. KN95 masks. By now we’ve all become at least somewhat familiar with the personal protective equipment (PPE) that is being used by healthcare workers, businesses, family caregivers, frontline workers, and many of us to help prevent the… The post Everything Employers Need to Know about Respirators and Masks appeared first on OSG. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Working from home. Telecommunicating. Working Remotely. Whatever you want to call it, people working at home continues to grow in popularity. And the risk of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) has employers thinking about new operational processes, some for the first time.… The post Remote Work: How to Help Your Employees Work From Home appeared first on […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
2020 will not just be the year that companies around the world made the pivot to remote work. It will also be a time that distance learning gains even more popularity. And while often associated with colleges and universities, more… The post 10 Advantages of Workplace Distance Learning appeared first on OSG. Source: www.osg.caContinue Reading... No Comments.
You want to reopen your organization. You want to keep your employees and customers safe. You need to be compliant with OHSA regulations. You want your business to return to “normal.” The bottom line—you want to be as safe from… The post 10 Questions Every Ontario Employer Should Ask Themselves Before Reopening appeared first on […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
As organizations across Canada continue to take steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19, many employers are developing new policies and using new personal protective equipment (PPE). Although respirators have been used in industrial and healthcare workplaces for years, they… The post Everything Employers Need to Know About Respirator Fit Testing appeared first on OSG. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Continuity Planning? Thinking back to Monday 16th March 2020 I remember getting up early. I was due to visit one of our homes in Tewkesbury. I was just about to leave the house when an email landed from a senior Director telling us all to ‘Hold’ all visits and be ready for a conference call […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
More than ever before, mental health is becoming a topic for open discussion in the media, within our social circles and of course at work. Mental health and wellbeing is all about how we think, feel and behave, and is usually caused by a reaction to a difficult life event, which can be caused or […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Christine Mandegarian was a personal support worker employed at Altamont Care Community. She lived in Markham, Ontario. She was a mother of two. She loved her job. For over 30 years she worked to improve the lives of the Canadians… The post April 28 Is the National Day of Mourning appeared first on OSG. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In the UK, one of the few growth sectors during the COVID-19 pandemic has been transportation services and in particular, food delivery. By the end of March 2020, revenue in the UK online groceries delivery segment was up by 11.5 % compared with Jan-March in the previous year. Despite the amount of traffic on our […]Continue Reading... No Comments.