Pandemic Films

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COVID-19 BACK TO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SAFELY

Learn how to stay safe going to elementary school

Learn how to stay safe throughout the day at elementary school

Stay informed every day on how to keep safe from the virus. COVID-19 is caused by a germ that can make

the body sick. The virus enters a body when it's on your hands, and you touch your mouth, chin, nose, or eyes. It is important to wear a mask, wash your hands, and avoid crowds as much as you can.

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COVID-19 BACK TO MIDDLE SCHOOL SAFELY

Learn how to stay safe going to middle school

Learn how to stay safe throughout the day at middle school

Stay informed every day on how to keep safe from the virus. COVID-19 is caused by a germ that can make

the body sick. The virus enters a body when it's on your hands, and you touch your mouth, chin, nose, or eyes. It is important to wear a mask, wash your hands, and avoid crowds as much as you can.

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COVID-19 BACK TO HIGH SCHOOL SAFELY

Learn how to stay safe going to high school

Learn how to stay safe throughout the day at high school

Stay informed every day on how to keep safe from the virus. COVID-19 is caused by a germ that can make

the body sick. The virus enters a body when it's on your hands, and you touch your mouth, chin, nose, or eyes. It is important to wear a mask, wash your hands, and avoid crowds as much as you can.

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COVID-19 BACK TO COLLEGE SAFELY

Learn how to stay safe going to college

Learn how to stay safe throughout the day at college

Stay informed every day on how to keep safe from the virus. COVID-19 is caused by a germ that can make

the body sick. The virus enters a body when it's on your hands, and you touch your mouth, chin, nose, or eyes. It is important to wear a mask, wash your hands, and avoid crowds as much as you can.

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COVID-19 SCHOOL SAFETY

Learn how to keep COVID-19 at bay and reinforce good mental health

Learn how to reimagine a safe school day

Schools need to stay informed everyday on how to keep everyone safe from the virus. COVID-19 is caused by a germ that can make the body sick. The virus enters a body when it's on your hands, and when you touch your mouth, chin, nose, or eyes., 

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BREAKING THE CHAIN OF INFECTION

Learn how the virus enters the body and how it infects others

Learn how to stop spreading germs

The virus enters the body through our eyes, nose, and mouth. This can happen when we touch our face after coming in contact with a contaminated surface, material, or object - or when inhaling airborne droplets of the virus.

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BUSINESS CONTINUITY: OPERATING IN A PANDEMIC

Learn how to adjust, adapt, and rebuild

Learn how to perform a health and safety assessment

Proactive steps are needed to put your company in a secure position. It is time to reassess your business model, analyze your strength and weaknesses, and perform a healthy and safety assessment. The pandemic has taught us that change is part of life.

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BUSINESS RECOVERY: CREATING YOUR RESTART PLAN

Learn how to embrace resilience

Learn the three phases of a restart plan

In this new normal, it is time to embrace resilience. It is time to make fast and effective adjustments. The adage that necessity is the mother of invention is certainly true today. Every measure must be taken to provide a safe and healthy workplace for our employees, customers, and vendors.

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CREATING AND DISINFECTING FOR EMPLOYEES

Learn what supplies every employee needs

Learn the basic rules of cleaning and disinfecting

During the pandemic, employees should have a clean-up kit that includes gloves, masks, sterilized gowns, paper towels, disinfectant wipes, hand-sanitizers, a bag to dispose their used personal protective equipment, and an instruction manual. 

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CREATING AND DISINFECTING FOR EMPLOYERS

Learn the five lessons necessary for a training program

Learn practical ways to keep the workplace healthy

Employees are looking to their employers for direction and safety training. While you cannot eliminate all risks, you can minimize them. There are five components to a safety program: Wear a mask and wash your hands, wearing PPE, cleaning and disinfecting, social distancing, and emergency protocol.

EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION PLAN

Learn the topics for emergency planning

Learn to consider the impact of the pandemic on employees

Business continuity and emergency planning are being put to the test. Plans should include COVID-19 workplace guidelines, considering the impact  on staff, employers should have directives and training on new workplace safety policies.

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EMPLOYEE MENTAL HEALTH, WELL-BEING AND COPING

Learn ways to fight the virus

Learn how to handle anxiety

People are social beings who like to talk and share and laugh. But to fight the virus we must all socially distance. It is just a temporary adjustment, not a permanent change. Anxiety is a normal reaction to uncertainty and to events that may harm us. 

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MANAGE EMPLOYEE HEALTH

Learn the importance of creative and kind leadership

Learn mindfulness techniques

Creative and kind leadership has never been more important - and employees will remember what you do now. Throughout the day, employees are worried about their family, worried about not working up to standard, worried about adapting to a new work assignment, schedule, or location.,

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OSHA REQUIREMENTS FOR OPENING

Learn how to safely reopen a business

Learn the OSHA five-part plan

OSHA standards require employers to provide a workplace that is free from recognized hazards that cause or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to their employees. With the participation of everyone using proactive practices, we can flatten the curve.

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PANDEMIC FATIGUE

Learn the importance ways to look at the pandemic

Learn how to take care of ourselves in these turbulent times

After a year of dealing with the coronavirus, people throughout the world have developed pandemic fatigue. While it is imperative that we pay attention to our emotional and physical needs, we must also find the strength to take safety precautions each and every day.

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PERSONAL HYGIENE

Learn the importance of good personal hygiene

Learn safety protocols for the workplace

More than ever, we need to ask where we come into closest contact on a typical day - and how we can protect ourselves and others. Good personal hygiene not only can help reduce the spread of coronavirus but can also start flattening the curve.

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PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

Learn how the virus requires additional protection

Experience a visual reminder on personal safety

PPE. It keeps workers safe, especially in times when social distancing is not an option. It work as a barrier between germs and a person's skin, eyes, nose, chin, and mouth. PPE can include masks, gloves, gowns, aprons, scrubs, safety helmet, eye protection, encapsulated suit, boots, and closed-toe work shoes.

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PREVENTION AND SAFETY FOR STUDENTS

Learn how to stay safe when traveling to school

Learn how to stay safe throughout the school day

COVID-19 is caused by a germ that can make the body sick. The virus enters the body when it's on your hands - and you touch your mouth, nose, eyes, or chin. The virus is so small you can't see it which is why it is important to wear a mask, wash and sanitize your hands, and avoid crowds as much as you can.

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PREVENTION AND SAFETY FOR TEACHERS

Learn how to reassure children during the pandemic

Learn how teachers can take care of themselves

Schools are an essential part of the wellbeing of communities and must provide a safe place for learning, help develop social and emotional skills, attend to nutritional needs, and offer physical activity and health support. Now their role is expanding to wearing masks and ensuring good personal hygiene.

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PROTECTING YOUR EMPLOYEES

Learn about the danger of pandemic fatigue

Learn how to identify appropriate personal protective equipment

Though we are now on the tail end of the pandemic, fatigue has set in. Turning out allows the virus to spread even more easily., But with awareness and diligence, the employer can create a safe and healthy workplace.

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SCHOOL CONTROL AND PREVENTION

Learn how to put together an effective school plan

Learn tips for effective cleaning and disinfecting

Many families are experiencing financial and emotional strains. It is a major challenge for schools to create a safe environment based on imperfect or constantly changing information. Questions need answers. Learn how to create an effective program.

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SOCIAL DISTANCING FOR ALL STAFF

Learn alternatives to ensure safety in this new age

Examine a work day and provide safety suggestions

Many states have adjusted laws concerning business closures and employees are returning to work. At the same time, we are entering a new heightened age of public health awareness. Wearing masks, good hygiene, and social distancing are part of our new normal.

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