Workplace injury prevention should be a top priority for every small business owner, especially now that the employees are returning to the physical workplace.
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The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a program financed by the Australian government that helps to support persons with disabilities when it comes to education, employment, and overall health and well-being.
Moving excessive items is very exhausting even if you don’t have the danger of COVID-19 hanging above your head. The best way to streamline this process and, in turn, reduce the risk of infection is to simply cut the number of items you are going to move around.
Even though some of these precautionary measures might seem excessive or drastic at first, caution and prevention are essential for slowing down the spread of coronavirus.
With proper planning and excellent communication, moving offices won’t impact your company’s productivity levels.
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