Looking for a GREAT resource website to assist you in communicating information regard the COVID-19, like "how-to" steps on prevention and care?  How about downloadable PDF flyers to share with your fellow coworkers or to post on social media?   

The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) along with the Governor's Office have created a website to better share information and resources as it pertains to the current status of COVID-19 and it's impact within our state of Nevada.  Click on this banner to the right and check it out!


We support healthcare workers, first responders and everyone

on the front lines of our flight again the COVID-19!


COVID-19 Action Plan - Important!

The COVID-19 Action Plan is now available for you to add (and personalize) to your company's Safety Program.  This is invaluable information being distributed hand-in-hand with tomorrow's (construction) Industry Safety Stand Down. The National Subcontractors Association has partnered with other trade associations to take a 10-15 minute pause at every job-site to educate field crews on these COVID-19 Safety Guidelines. It is important that everyone understand this is NOT a Shutdown or Walk-off, but an opportunity to ensure everyone within our industry takes a moment to explain the guidelines with which we must work.  If you are interested in obtaining a copy of the COVID-19 Action Plan in a Word or Publisher format, please contact World Wide Safety at 833.210.3665 (Toll Free).


The governor has been asking Nevadans to “Stay Home for Nevada” since March 17 and has taken multiple steps since declaring a state of emergency on March 12 to protect Nevadans and encourage them to stay home and help flatten the curve. This directive reinforces the Governor’s earlier advisory for Nevadans to stay home and will go into effect at midnight on April 1, 2020.

“Today’s ‘Stay at Home’ directive strengthens the imperative that Nevadans must not leave their homes for nonessential activities in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19," said Governor Sisolak. “This directive builds on previous directives around school closures, social distancing, closure of non-essential businesses, and bans on public gatherings of 10 or more people by requiring you stay at home unless leaving is absolutely necessary."

Essential employees should continue their work activities, making sure to take proper precautions, like frequent handwashing, staying home if they are sick and abiding by aggressive social distancing protocols.

The directive also extends closure of non-essential businesses, gaming and schools through April 30, 2020. This change in time mirrors the latest guidance from the federal government.

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a Pandemic that we must deal with today...now!  Take the necessary steps to help eliminate or prevent further spread of this virus.

World Wide Safety has 11x17 "CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PANDEMIC" Posters Available.

833-210-3665 (Toll Free)

PLUS..."COVID-19 Inspections" are available to assist you in confirming your field staff and construction sites are following current OSHA standards regarding the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Coronavirus (COVID19) Posters


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