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Coronavirus staff updates - 28 May 2020 - staying safe

Update on staying safe.

Staying safe

Staying safe during lockdown is important for us all, and there is always help available for staff if you need it as part of the Safer Swansea Partnership.

We've been working with partners to help prevent domestic abuse and to provide support for those affected which can be found on our social media pages, but we also have internal policies and procedures as well.

If you or someone you know has concerns about domestic abuse then you can speak to your manager, or look at our policy here: www.swansea.gov.uk/staffnet/domesticabusepolicy

 

Test, Trace and Protect (TTP)

Test, Trace and Protect teams are preparing to start work in Swansea Bay to help minimise the spread of Coronavirus.

We're working with Neath Port Talbot Council and Swansea Bay University Health Board to run the service.

For further information contact Mathew Fisher or Alison Summers in HR&OD.

Here's Laura to explain the importance of the role and the work involved: 

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