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Custom Printed Wheat Straw Bottle - Grano 420ml Drink Bottle

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Thursday, 2nd July 2020


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Pad Printed Axis Round Wireless Charging Dock

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Wednesday, 1st July 2020

Embroidery Printed Andean Chullo Beanie

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Wednesday, 1st July 2020

Pad Printed Axis Square Wireless Charging Dock

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Wednesday, 1st July 2020

Pad Printed Bamboo Wireless Charger

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Wednesday, 1st July 2020

Pad Printed Bionic Wireless Charging Stand

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Wednesday, 1st July 2020

COVID-19 & Home Offices

Promotional Products Australia » ***COVID-19 & How To Keep Working in Aus » COVID-19 & Home Offices

How to keep you home safe when you are working from your home office in Australia. 

Everyone in your home office environment  should:

  • frequently wash hands their hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or use an alcohol-based hand rub;
  • particular attention must be taken whern using the toilet, or assisting others with toileting or nappy changing and before preparing and eating food.
  • cover their cough their nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing with tissue or a flexed elbow
  • dispose of tissues immediately, and use alcohol-based hand sanitiser after disposing
  • if unwell, avoid contact with others (shaking hands, touching faces, hugging, and other intimate contact).
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Pleat-Wrapped Guest Soaps 40g
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Employers must provide information and instruction to workers and others:

  • to stay at home if they are sick – even if the symptoms are mild, and
  • that any unwell workers with compatible symptoms to those of COVID-19 be sent home immediately, and advised to call their General Practitioner, call healthdirect on 1800 022 222 or visit their local Emergency Department
  • to reinforce and support good personal hygiene, including good hand and respiratory hygiene. Display posters promoting regular hand washing, good respiratory   hygiene, symptoms to look out for and when to stay home (available from NSW Health or the World Health Organization (WHO)), and combine this   with other communication measures used in the workplace (e.g. regular briefings;information on the intranet; phone and email contacts for further information etc)
  • to advise of any changes to work arrangements (e.g. staff working from home, revised customer service standards)
  • this information must be shared with other businesses your workers may be in close contact with.

Effective communication strategies might include regular briefings; advice on intranet; phone and email contacts for further information; etc

Workers must co-operate with their employer in implementing risk control measures and must take all reasonably practicable steps to ensure they don’t do anything that creates or increases a risk to the health and safety of themselves or others.