What COVID-19 Has Taught Us About Worker Safety


Having trouble viewing this email? Click here to view newsletter online.+ SUBSCRIBE

PETERSON | Law
Osler “Pete” Peterson
617-969-1500 – Newton
August 2021
Attorney Photo
Mental Health Support During COVID-19
COVID-19 has affected us all, both physically and mentally. Anxiety, exhaustion, frustration, and loneliness are influencing our daily lives and can be overwhelming. As the pandemic lingers, it is important to care for your mental and physical health. If you or someone you love needs mental health support during this difficult time, help is available. Check out these resources from Mental Health America, including guidance for frontline workers, wellness and coping, caregiving, parenting, marginalized communities, and more.
Continue reading.


covid worker safety
The COVID-19 pandemic upended how we shop, educate, socialize, and of course, work. And while many people were able to work from home, there are those heroes who venture out every day for their jobs, putting themselves at great risk. Some companies protected their employees … and some definitely did not. Read on for our overview of workplace safety during COVID-19 and what we might expect for an uncertain future.
READ MORE

BY THE NUMBERS

40%
According to one study, restaurant workers saw their chances of dying during the pandemic double to 40%.
READ MORE

VIDEO BOOKMARK
Extreme Stress on Health Care Workers
Many healthcare and frontline workers suffered from overwhelming mental stress during the pandemic. 
VIEW VIDEO

THE DOCKET
GET TOWN OF MEDFIELD INFORMATION AT MY BLOG

CORONAVIRUS OVERSIGHT
The U.S. Government Accountability Office tracks the federal response to the COVID-19 pandemic and more than $4.7 trillion in spending. 
READ MORE

Comments are closed.