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The Learning Connexion encourages you to maintain best practice health and safety working processes and conditions while engaged in your creative activities. 


It's your responsibility to be safe and keep others safe.

Some activities and materials are hazardous and toxic. This doesn't mean you can't use them, it just means you need to think about the risks and take steps to minimise those risks.

When working with hazardous material, tools or conditions there are a set of steps you can work through to identify and minimise risk and stay safe.

These steps can be applied to any potential hazard and will allow you to work out safe practices for the particular situation you are working in.

 

 Check out our Student Support page to see your health and safety representatives.

Corona Virus

Preventing the risk 

Everybody should follow the following basic principles to reduce the risk of getting an acute respiratory infection or passing it on to others:

  • regularly washing hands (for at least 20 seconds with warm water and soap and dry thoroughly)
  • covering your mouth and nose when you sneeze
  • staying home if you are sick
  • avoiding close contact with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms
  • if you feel unwell you should avoid public gatherings and events
  •  cleaning surfaces regularly (when infection is suspected).

Go to the Ministry of Health website for more information about preventing the risk:

Novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) guidance – Ministry of Health (external link)

Staying home

If you need to stay away from your education provider because you are at risk of infection for 14 days, this means avoiding close contact with other people as much as possible.

The Ministry of Health is strongly encouraging people who are staying away for the 14-day period, as a result of their travel to China, to register through the new dedicated 0800 number specifically for health-related calls about coronavirus (call for free on 0800 358 5453).

Go to the Ministry of Health website for further information on staying home:

Novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) information – Ministry of Health (external link)

Key contacts

Healthline

Healthline has set up a dedicated 0800 number specifically for health-related calls about coronavirus.

The Healthline existing number 0800 611 116 is still the main number to call for non-coronavirus health concerns.

Healthline has translators and interpreters available 24/7 in 150 languages including Mandarin and Cantonese.