Use guidelines from OSHA and the CDC to ensure a safe reopening.
As the novel coronavirus pandemic continues, the nature of the workplace is changing. Hazard controls must be implemented to protect workers, visitors, and customers from the spread of COVID-19. This is a challenging responsibility, but you can get started with best practices and the top recommendations from federal agencies.
In this comprehensive guide for returning to work, you’ll learn:
- Classifications of worker exposure
- Hazard control options for respiratory illnesses
- Applicable OSHA standards
- How to use visual communication for a successful transition