Businesses have to be proactive in safely and responsibly resuming operations for employees by adhering to accepted protocols, including proper hygiene and social distancing measures. Below are some guidelines that should help facilitate a safer working environment as your workplace reopens.


COVID-19 Prevention Practices and Resources



Protect yourself and others in public with a face covering, particularly where it's difficult to maintain a 6-foot distance from others.



Stop the spread of disease-causing germs by washing your hands often. Use hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.



When you cough or sneeze, cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve, rather than your hands. Try to avoid touching your face.



Work from home (if possible), engage in social distancing, maintain a 6-foot distance from others and avoid crowded places and group gatherings.



Use a virus-killing disinfectant to clean frequently used surfaces such as phones, keyboards, doorknobs, handles and faucets.



Avoid leaving the house if you are sick. If you want or need to connect with your healthcare providers, do so by phone or through virtual visits


General information about Coronavirus, how to recognize the symptoms and how to keep you and others safe.



If you are feeling ill, stay home, contact your physician and follow his instruction. Look here to learn more.



If you are concerned that you or a loved one may have been exposed, here is some useful information on what you should know.



If you are unable to stay home with your children, here are some ideas that may be helpful to ensure they are taken care of allowing you to go back to work.



There are different reports on how long Coronavirus can live on different surfaces. Here is some helpful information regarding laundering your clothes.



People seem to be confused and when they should and shouldn't wear face masks. Here's some information that should help.



Printable Materials for the Workplace (Posters, Signs, Fact Sheets and More)