Sunscreen and Sun Safety
Look after your skin - stay safe in the sun!
We are experiencing some amazing summer weather at the moment.
So whilst you are in the park, on a bike ride or walking to the shops, here is some guidance on how to protect yourself from the sun.
Make sure you use all of the Five S's of Sun Safety
1. SLIP on a t-shirt
2. SLOP on SPF 30+ broad spectrum UVA sunscreen
3. SLAP on a broad brimmed hat
4. SLIDE on quality sunglasses
5. SHADE from the sun whenever possible
Also, don’t forget to keep hydrated. Have a bottle of water with you.
CLICK HERE for the NHS’s sun safety advice for adults and children.
HEALTH AND SAFETY FOR HOMEWORKERS
This is a mandatory course for those who are working from home, and yet it is optional to all if you are interested in this subject.
If you have any concerns relating to your DSE homeworking environment, please contact your Line Manager for support and advice.
If you have a Company device (laptop or phone) you can still access your training via Sharepoint.
However, this can also be accessed via a personal device by following a few instructions:
We believe that stressful times like these are precisely when people need wellness practices the most, and we are committed to doing our part to help out.
Here are a few recommendations from our employees and from our employee engagement group - ‘Culture Club’:
Boxx: Free online workout classes.
Recommended by Richard Nicolson from Sales
"There are number of different workout classes which are 15, 25 or 30 minutes long. You can do cardio, strength, yoga or boxing HITT classes and tutorials. I went for a 30 minute Boxx HITT, which was a full body work out. It was easy to follow, fun and manageable for a first timer. It really got my heart pounding and today I can feel it in my muscles. "
Equipment-free workouts for all levels
From the NHS
"These illustrated guides are designed to make your workouts effective and easy to follow. Created with busy people in mind, these routines from fitness expert Neila Rey, now known as Darebee, can be done anywhere, at any time. Many of these routines count towards your recommended 150 minutes a week of exercise and activity. "
WELLBEING AND STRESS MANAGEMENT
TIME TO TALK
It will mean a different rhythm of life, a chance to be in touch with others in different ways than usual.
Be in touch with other people regularly especially with loved ones on social media, Facetime/video call, or talk on the phone, as they are still good ways of being close to the people who matter to you.
Health Assured also provide 24-hour confidential support services, such as telephone counselling.
Telephone number: 0800 028 0199
Username: Leo and Password: EAP
Time to spare
Free Learning – The Open University
Do you want to acquire some new skills during your free time? There are MANY free courses available online, and lots from The Open University. These include topics on Finance and Accounting, IT, Leadership, Team Leadership and Marketing.
Novel ideas and suggestions during your relaxation-time.
80 things to do when you are at home
TimeOut’s epic list of streaming culture, movies, podcasts, games, workouts and learning – plus some curveballs.
Stage shows, musicals and opera you can watch online now for free
Eat Well - a recipe for Banana Bread
Recommended by Aimee-Louise Gannon,
DGM at Nova North.