How Employers Can Safely Reopen Offices: COVID-19 Precautions

How Employers Can Safely Reopen Offices: COVID-19 Precautions


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As Texas reopens, “non-essential” businesses get the go-ahead to open their doors again. But the pandemic isn’t over just yet. How can employers protect their employees from contracting and spreading COVID-19 in the office? We’ve compiled a comprehensive guide with four printable posters for the office to help business owners prepare.

Taking Care of Business: The Back-to-the-Office Playbook for Employers

This playbook offers guidance to help protect employees at jobs classified at a lower exposure risk, in other words, those that don’t require frequent contact with the general public.

The resource includes:

  • A checklist to use when preparing the workplace for reopening
  • Guidelines and procedures to consider implementing
  • Employee training tips for preventing the spread of illness
  • How to develop a response plan if an employee exhibits symptoms
  • Three posters with preventive information
  • A printable sign for designating maximum occupancy in each room

        

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