As states begin to loosen restrictions and many businesses and individuals are getting back to work, or are at least planning to do so in the coming weeks, we wanted to make sure everyone is prepared as possible.
With that in mind, we compiled a bundle of re-opening information to benefit general workplaces, as well as several industry-specific resources for businesses in retail, hospitality, manufacturing, healthcare and more.
For information on each individual resource, continue reading below.
General Workplace Guidance
Fisher Phillips, LLP, has compiled a list of five steps to reopen your workplace, according to the CDC’s latest guidance.
This detailed packet from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), contains recommendations as well as descriptions of mandatory workplace safety and health standards.
An overview from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on general guidelines for cleaning and disinfecting public spaces, workplaces, businesses, schools and homes.
A more thorough version of the above CDC guidelines, with details on developing, implementing, maintaining and revising your plan.
Questions to ask yourself as an employer when deciding if you should return to work and to help protect workers, especially those at high risk of illness.
Vehicle cleanliness tips from Wheels, Inc., a large, privately-held automotive fleet leasing and management company.
Along with the general business resources above, we’ve compiled several industry-specific resources and guides. Check them out at the links below.
In this OSHA alert, retail employers can find tips can help reduce their employees’ risk of exposure to the coronavirus.
Hospitality & Hotels
The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) has published a guide with the latest enhanced industry-wise hotel cleaning standards in response to COVID-19 to keep employees and guests safe.
Manufacturing & Factories
For employers and workers in the manufacturing industry, the following tips from OSHA can help reduce the risk of exposure and illness.
Construction & Contractors
This template from JE Dunn Construction Group highlights what their own personnel will be doing in their general approach to COVID safety and preparedness.
When working in the construction industry, these tips can help reduce the risk of exposure to Coronavirus.
Buildings under construction, alteration or demolition are facing new challenges. Here’s how owners can safely prepare, execute efforts and minimize risk.
Healthcare & Medical
Here are 10 precautions you can take before, during and after seeing patients in a medical practice.
The New Jersey Office of the Attorney General Division of Consumer Affairs (State Board of Dentistry) published a COVID-19 advisory for NJ dental professionals.
To return the game of golf responsibly, allied organizations have established “Back2Golf,” a plan outlining operational guidelines for the golf’s 16,000-plus golf facilities that adhere to nationally established protocols and best practices.
The United States Golf Association (USGA) has created this resource page to provide useful information for everyone within the golf community on how to play and manage the game safely.