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Online course for a safe and healthy return to work in the New Normal

The Mexican Institute for Social Security (IMSS) offers courses for the general public. These range from geriatric care to the return to childcare to an action plan for home pandemics.

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Online course for a safe and healthy return to work in the New Normal
Online course for a safe and healthy return to work in the New Normal

Given the general panorama of the pandemic in Mexico, the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) has launched various online courses for beneficiaries and the general population to learn how to prevent and treat the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

He CLIMSS (IMSS massive online courses) has a new course “Recommendations for a safe return to work before COVID-19” that lasts 5 hours. This provides information on how to reduce the number of infections among workers, customers, and the public in work environments using best practices.

Participants are also expected to learn the importance of maintaining sustainable health policies in Mexico. In addition, the most important recommendations for employers and employees for a safe working environment are applied and prevention strategies are implemented in time in every industry in order to reduce the risk of infection.

How do I register at CLIMSS?

Interested parties should access the website, select the registration option and fill out a form. Anyone with an active email account can register for the course of their interest.

Once completed, the IMSS will prove your participation, but must complete the form after completing it.

More courses

There are currently seven courses that focus on prevention, health and care for the elderly and take between 10 and 40 hours. It also has a support capacity of one million people.

The pandemic and the new normal

Even at the height of the contagion, some areas of the country have passed the orange light, including Mexico City, which has brought about the gradual reopening of various industries.

So far, Mexico has reached 318,000 confirmed infections and nearly 37,000 deaths.

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