Staying safe while working from home

Even when they’re working from home, employers still have a duty of care to ensure the health and safety of all of their employees.

Whether they’re in the office, on a worksite or in a home office, no one should be exposed to any risk of harm or injury in the workplace, and there are financial consequences for those that don’t comply.

SURVIVAL has been keeping people, workplaces and communities safe for more than 30 years with access to first aid information and leading first aid resources.

With more people working from home than ever before, SURVIVAL is now empowering businesses and employees to ensure their home offices and work practices are safe and compliant. 

SURVIVAL’s fully compliant Workplace First Aid KITs are the most responsive in Australia and will tick off every item on the working-from-home first aid checklist.

Plus, their free iFirstAid app and free First Aid Emergency Handbook will ensure your employees can access to first aid information at their fingertips.

Find out more about how SURVIVAL is helping us to work from home safely:

Mark Lambert
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