CDC’s Information For Office Buildings

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CDC’s Information For Office Buildings

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The CDC earlier this year released an article on employer information for office buildings. The article starts off with how employers can protect their staff and others and slow the spread. First and foremost a covid-19 workplace health and safety plan should be created for the business. They recommend an evaluation the building and mechanical and life safety systems to determine if the building is ready for occupancy. Second identify how workers might be exposed to covid-19. Identify any workplace hazards that could increase the risk of spreading. The inclusion of all employees in communication plans as well and contractors if any are involved. The CDC also encourages the education of employees and supervisors about steps they can take to protect themselves in the workplace.

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#CoverYourFangs>Protecting Yourself From Covid-19

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This item was submitted on December 14, 2020 by Aaron Jaramillo using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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