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On this page you will find links for workplaces, schools, childcares and universities and TAFE on how to stay safe and healthy during COVID-19
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The bulletin has been created to support councils of Western Sydney and their residents throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. It contains helpful information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) as well as tips for maintaining health and well-being during this time.
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Australian Department of Health COVID-19 information pack for employers
Advice for cleaning and disinfection in the workplace
SafeWork Australia COVID-19 information
SafeWork NSW COVID-19 hub
Protecting customers and staff during COVID-19
Getting back to work in a COVID safe way
Printable COVID-19 resources for businesses
Steps to become a COVID safe business
When should I wear a face mask?
Top tips to stay COVID safe in staff areas
Your COVIDSafe Travel Choices
COVID Safe stakeholder toolkit in 12 community languages to help your council and community share important information via communication channels
COVID-19 and NSW schools, universities and childcare centres
Department of Education - Information for educators and staff on how to support children
School-Link helpline: Free telephone consultation service for education staff supporting students with mental health concerns. Monday to Friday on (02) 8890 5236 or (02) 8890 6577 between 8.30-5pm. Email: WSLHD-SchoolLink@health.nsw.gov.au
For more information about financial supports available, see Financial Support
Information on reducing the risk of infection for individuals who receive disability, home care or other personal care support services
COVID-19 and mental health at work information
Free workplace program to improve health and wellbeing of employees
Mental and physical wellbeing resources
A guide to mentally healthy workplaces during COVID-19 - practical tips and advice on helping employers and employees look out for the signs that someone may need support, and assist them to find help when they need it.
For more information about mental health support or wellbeing advice, see Mental Health
Tips for early learning educators on coping during COVID-19
Supporting educators, children and young people during COVID-19
Use videoconferencing software to keep the team connected without having to meet in the same room – see Skype for Business, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, GoToMeeting
If you need advice or have questions, call the National Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080
Links and resources on this website include information from third parties which can be shared with others.The information is general, not intended as medical advice and may be subject to copyright. For more information: read the WSLHD website disclaimer.