Health and Safety Resources for Employers from NSC
This space is dedicated to health and safety resources created by the National Safety Council and its partner organizations.
Mental Health Checklists from the National Safety Council
A lot of information is being shared on the use of respirators and face coverings. Here are some facts from NSC to provide clarity. Federal guidelines on face coverings and PPE can be found here.
Also, check out this information from the CDC:
Fatigue can have devastating effects in terms of injuries and fatalities. With some essential businesses transitioning to 24/7 operations and longer hours for employees, NSC offers this helpful tip sheet on addressing workplace fatigue. For more information, visit nsc.org/fatigue.
This NSC tip sheet discusses how to create a response team, collect reliable information, understand organizational risks and develop a communication strategy.
Safety for Manufacturing Employees
Boston Consulting Group put together this comprehensive presentation that includes information on manufacturing best practices for prevention and safety, the role of leadership, how to approach communications and more.
COVID-19 is a respiratory illness that can spread quickly. Due to the nature of this rapidly evolving situation, it's important to focus on prevention. NSC members can use the following tools to start a discussion about actions you can take to ensure a safe working environment. NSC members, please log in to see what's new. Not a member? Learn how you can join.
Federal agencies provide the most accurate and comprehensive health information related to COVID-19 and should be your first stop when seeking health advice. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, if you have a fever or cough, you might have COVID-19. "Most people have mild illness and are able to recover at home. Keep track of your symptoms. If you have an emergency warning sign (including trouble breathing), get medical attention right away." – CDC
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