Now that COVID-19 numbers are decreasing and employees are returning to work, we thought these guidelines might be of use to you. Please click on the links (in green) for more information.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration Guidance on Returning to Work
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has developed this guidance to assist employers and workers in safely returning to work and reopening businesses deemed by local authorities as “non-essential businesses” during the evolving Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Employers can use this guidance to develop policies and procedures to ensure the safety and health of their employees.
Back to Work Guidelines – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Considerations for returning to work
- Protect yourself and others in the workplace
- Returning after quarantine or isolation
Best Practices Returning to Work – National Law Review
- At this critical juncture, it is important to recognize that guidelines and best practices are still changing. Regulatory agencies have issued protocols and guidance, and local, state, and federal governments have passed laws and issued executive orders to guide this process. Identifying and incorporating various safety precautions based on those recommendations may help protect employers and employees alike.
You can also find more information here: COVID-19 information page