COVID-19 Workplace Resource Centre
Bishops care about your safety. To help you navigate the important COVID-19 Government regulations, we have designed a comprehensive library of free workplace resources including healthy and hygienic routines to assist in staying physically and mentally well; checking your Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) needs, and planning for your businesses continuance.
Prevention is the Best Policy
Our list of preventative measures is easy to follow, ensuring your employees stay healthy and safe, preventing the spread of COVID-19 within your workplace. Good hygiene practises and adhering to current social distancing protocols included.
Healthy Hand Washing Technique
A helpful reminder for people on your work site to practice correct hand hygiene techniques to limit the spread of COVID-19. Other hygiene guidelines to prevent the spread are also included.
How to Clean Your Work Stations & Surfaces
Coronavirus can spread if people come into contact with organic droplets on surfaces. Find our advice on how to properly clean work stations and eliminate the coronavirus pathogen on surfaces in your workplace.
Looking After Mental Health During a Pandemic
Taking care of mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic is just as important as looking after physical health. Our advice and suggested coping techniques for employers and employees on how to manage the stress caused by the outbreak.
Comparison of International Disposable Respirator Standards
Compare the testing standards of disposable respirators from around the world to ensure fit-for-purpose protection is being used in your workplace.
Stop the Spread
Our virtual toolbox talk includes information on fit-for-purpose equipment, hygiene protocols to prevent transmission, how to sustain a healthy mental state and where to find reliable information regarding the COVID-19 outbreak.
Care was taken when writing this guide and this information was correct at the time of publishing, however the COVID-19 situation evolves rapidly. Refer to the Department of Health’s guidelines for the latest information. Bishops recommend that you check with your local public health authority for PPE selection guidance