We give you access to our Workplace Application for Safety and Health (WASH) self-assessment tool to independently evaluate the disease outbreak risk of your current workplace strategies and operational systems.
In addition to our WASH self-assessment tool, you will have access to our e-learning suite so that you can deliver expertly created operational and behavioural disease mitigation standards to your workforce.
We give you access to both level 1 and 2 tools as well as personal guidance, advice and templates to help your business develop the infrastructure essential to mitigate disease outbreak risk.
You will have access to all Level 1,2 and 3 content. In addition, our professional assessor will visit and evaluate your environment, offer support and advice, and provide you with steps for moving forward.
We are a Public Health company, passionate about keeping communities and organizations safe from infectious disease outbreaks.
Established in 2014, Stirling Harmston has been involved in a number of projects, including Infectious Disease and Economic Modelling; Curriculum Writing; Public Health Prevention Program Design; Studies to Understand Stigma; Studies to Understand How Health Professionals Learn
Using our deep skill and knowledge set we endeavour to deliver services to help you keep your people safe, and avoid disruptions.
“Stirling Harmston provided professional and client focussed assistance in developing Covid-19 protocols and teaching videos for our non-profit. They took the time to understand our core values, mission and desired outcomes and helped us develop practical written and teaching protocols that fit our needs. We highly recommend them.” – Dell – midsize NGO
“Jenny Harmston – a great speaker with tremendous experience” – Gerard Ellis
“Webinar was very interesting! Got more knowledge” – Svetlana Forsova
“Another very useful and informative webinar, many thanks to all involved” – Satia Rai
“Webinar are a great platform to share information” – Maitseo Pelaelo
“Very informative webinar” – Stuart Naisbett
“A better understanding of COVID 19, fully achieved” – Stuart Naisbett