What are the latest measures currently in place across Qatar?
- The Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs (MADLSA) has conducted inspection campaigns to ensure companies adhere to the precautionary measures necessary to curb the spread of COVID-19 and the compliance with occupational safety and health requirements at housing and workplaces.
- The Ministry of Education and Higher Education has confirmed that all precautionary measures will be taken in secondary school exams for religious institute students that are taking place for the academic year 2019/2020.
Staffing for COVID-19 facilities and related projects
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for an important memo from HR about staffing for COVID-19 facilities and related projects.
Corporate QIPS - Risk Management Crisis Team (RMCT) Activation
To provide broader support to the SWICC, the Corporate Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Department’s Risk Management Crisis Team (RMCT) has been activated to provide on call and onsite support to COVID-19 treatment centers and facilities. Click here
to read the full memo.
Dealing with Insomnia during COVID-19
The coronavirus pandemic does not affect everyone in the same way. Clearly, front line clinical workers face the direct effects of the disease on a daily basis, and insomnia is often seen in such workers. This may be because of long hours working in ICU or the accident and emergency department, or constant changing of shifts , or working under high pressure with fears of being infected. In addition, low levels of natural light, which are common in a hospital environment, may reduce effect of natural melatonin, which is responsible for sleep and wakefulness, this is very important to control the “circadian” rhythms. Read more
Wellbeing tips and advice
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