As many businesses are evaluating re-opening their business or opening their business back up to the public, that doesn’t necessarily mean COVID-19 is no longer a threat to your operations. What’s more, some businesses may have greater COVID-19 exposures than others, underscoring the importance of performing a thorough risk assessment before reopening. Prior to conducting a risk assessment, it’s important to review guidance from OSHA, state and local agencies, industry associations as well as your local health department.
Our sample “Returning Workforces and COVID-19 Vaccines” serves as an example plan for businesses to use as a template when preparing their own plans for reopening their business following the coronavirus pandemic. It does not account for state, local or industry-specific guidance related to COVID-19, but follows the guidance laid out by the CDC and OSHA that is designed to keep employers, employees and customers safe.
Note: This plan will need to be customized prior to use.
These Tools From The Centers For Disease Control And Prevention (CDC) Offers Guidance To Assist Employers In Making (Re)Opening Decisions During The COVID-19 Pandemic.
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