Since the outbreak of COVID-19, nearly every US state and territory has declared a state of emergency, closed businesses, and enforced social distancing. However, as the end dates for many of these shelter in place orders draws near, businesses are beginning to pivot and think about reopening strategies. We have identified the below federal, state and private resources in preparation for this time of transition.
This article discusses how employers can limit the impact of COVID on their workplace by reducing transmission among employees, maintaining healthy business operations, and maintaining a healthy work environment.
This three-phased approach details the responsibilities of both employers and individuals at each step of the reopening process.
This article includes a breakdown by industry of guidance each worker group should follow regarding the hierarchy of controls, safe work practices and PPE.
This list of COVID resources for the retail industry details economic and loan resources and federal resources, as well as resources broken down by department.
This list contains updated information about when each state plans to reopen.
This resource center contains information broken down by state on business restrictions, varying definitions of “essential businesses” and “essential employees” and the latest emerging restrictions, orders and guidance.
This site contains a breakdown by state of updates on coronavirus resources for retailers.
This article includes a breakdown of how a variety of industries such as the airline industry, financial industry, retail industry and automotive industry are preparing return-to-work policies.
This article details six topics businesses will need to address in order to re-open for business.
Lear Corp, a Fortune 500 automotive parts supplier with production plants in 39 countries including China’s Hubei Province, has created an 80+ page manual to share with their detailed protocols for everything from sanitation procedures, to health screenings, to social distancing in break rooms, to creating an in-house pandemic response team.