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A CHECKLIST FOR EMPLOYERS ON POLICIES FOR RETURNING TO WORK

May 28, 2020 BY DEF Admin

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As businesses are reopening statewide, employee safety is top of mind for everyone. It’s crucial for businesses to have appropriate practices in place to help prevent employees from contracting COVID-19 at the workplace. Both OSHA and the CDC have provided guidance on how to approach returning to work but we know that putting guidelines into practice can be a challenge. 

Whether you have already re-opened your facility or if you are working on a plan for your employees to return, you should consider the items on this checklist. If you need help drafting, reviewing or implementing your policies, please contact Neil Brunetz.


☐ Who is going to come into the office and when?
☐ How do you protect your employees before they enter the office?
☐ How do you screen/monitor for potential exposure and symptoms of COVID-19?
☐ How do you protect your employees in your office space?
☐ How do you deal with outside vendors and deliveries?
☐ How do you handle lunch, breaks, and restrooms?
☐ How do you handle someone who exhibits symptoms in your office?
☐ What information are you keeping about potential exposure to COVID-19?


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If you have any questions or request further information, please feel free contact:

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Neil Brunetz
(404)-885-6103
[email protected]

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