Resuming Business Toolkit

Monitor federal, state, and native public well being communications about COVID-19. sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon
  • Ensure staff have entry to present data.
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  • Check native public well being data [5] and the CDC COVID-19 web site [1] each day, or as wanted relying on native circumstances.
sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon Reinforce how workers can shield themselves and others from COVID-19 by speaking the next: sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon
  • If you could have signs [6], notify your supervisor and keep house.
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  • If you might be sick, comply with CDC-recommended steps [7], and don’t return to work till you meet standards to discontinue house isolation [8].
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  • If you might be nicely, however have somebody in your family who has COVID-19, notify your supervisor and comply with CDC advisable precautions [9].
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  • Wash fingers [10] typically with cleaning soap and water for not less than 20 seconds, or use hand sanitizer with not less than 60% alcohol if cleaning soap and water will not be accessible.
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  • Avoid touching eyes, nostril, and mouth.
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  • Cover mouth and nostril with a tissue or inside the elbow when coughing or sneezing, instantly throw tissue in trash, then wash fingers.
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  • Develop a cleansing and disinfecting plan [11].
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  • Clean and disinfect [12] ceaselessly touched objects and surfaces in the beginning and finish of every shift.
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  • Avoid utilizing different workers’ telephones, desks, places of work, or different work instruments and gear. Clean and disinfect between workers if sharing happens.
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  • Avoid giant gatherings, [13] and keep not less than 6 toes from others when attainable.
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  • Use fabric face coverings (if applicable) [14] when social distancing is just not attainable, and particularly in areas of with excessive ranges of instances.
sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon Plan for conducting each day in-person or digital well being checks [15] (e.g., symptom and/or temperature screening) earlier than workers enter the ability: sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon
  • Use social distancing (about 6 toes distance), obstacles or partitions, and/or private protecting gear (PPE) to guard screeners.
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  • If taking temperatures, use touchless thermometers.
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  • Consider offering a number of screening entries.
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  • Consider designating doorways as “entry only” or “exit only.”
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  • Make worker well being screenings as non-public as attainable.
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  • Do not decide danger based mostly on race or nation of origin; make sure to keep confidentiality of every particular person’s medical standing and historical past [16].
sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon Conduct a hazard evaluation of the office. sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon
  • Identify potential hazards which may expose staff to COVID-19.
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  • Use the Worker Protection Tool to determine applicable engineering, administrative, and private protecting gear (PPE) choices on your office.
sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon Plan for what to do if an worker is sick at work. sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon
  • Immediately separate workers who seem to have signs [6] from others within the office.
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  • Have a process for protected transport of a sick worker to house or a healthcare facility.
sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon Develop an motion plan for suspected/confirmed instances. sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon sq. icon
  • If it has been fewer than 7 days for the reason that sick worker has been within the facility:
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    • Close off areas which have been utilized by the sick particular person for lengthy durations of time (e.g., their desk or workstation).
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    • Wait 24 hours (or so long as attainable), then clear and disinfect [12] the realm.
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    • Open outdoors doorways and home windows to extend air circulation throughout the ready interval.
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  • If it has been 7 days or extra for the reason that sick worker used the ability, further cleansing and disinfection past routine efforts is just not crucial.
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  • Determine which workers might have been uncovered to the virus and will must take further precautions:
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    • Inform workers of their attainable publicity to COVID-19 within the office, however keep confidentiality [17].
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    • Most workplaces can comply with the Public Health Recommendations for Community-Related Exposure [18].
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    • Critical infrastructure [19] workplaces can comply with applicable security practices [20].
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