Health workers are crucial in the preparedness and response to COVID-19. Still, the pandemic has evidenced the shortage of human resources for health (HRH) in certain countries, reduced or lack of protective equipment, and timely protocols to address occupational, health, and safety issues. This report informs and analyzes the impact of COVID-19 on health workers' occupational health and safety concerns, working conditions, and policy responses to address these issues and increase HRH surge capacity in Belize, Grenada, and Jamaica. The report also describes elements related to HRH and COVID-19 vaccination in selected countries and shares the experiences from Belize, Grenada, and Jamaica (members of CARICOM), which represent different areas of the Caribbean. The report will also inform the HRH Action Task Force and its contribution to technical cooperation and HRH management support. The target audience includes policy-makers, academics, and researchers on addressing emergency health worker issues.