Though it has been overstated, 2020 was no ordinary year. In January alone, Australia lost 47 million acres of land in wildfires, Kobe Bryant tragically died in a plane crash and the 45th president of the United States faced an impeachment trial. That was all before the coronavirus pandemic swept the world.
Today and especially at this time of year, regardless of where you live, there are emergency situations such as wildfires, hurricanes and floods occurring. Pretty soon snowstorms will be added to the typical types of emergency situations that home care agencies and their front-line staff must navigate. Front line staff have been battling the COVID 19 environment for many months now, to couple on another emergency can leave those staff exhausted and their confidence shaken if the organization has not provided adequate tools to support their daily needs for safety in the workplace.
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