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General Workplace Requirements

Develop COVID-19 Preparedness & Response Plan

  • •Use OSHA Guidance to Develop a COVID-19 Preparedness & Response Plan

  • •Assess level of exposure risk for worksite – assess individual tasks

  • •Consider where, how and what sources of SARS-CoV-2 might be in the workplace

  • •Consider non-occupational risk factors at home & within the community

  • •Keep current with federal, state & local guidance

  • •Implement basic infection control measures

  • •Develop policies/procedures to identify and isolate sick individuals

  • •Implement workplace controls – use hierarchy of controls

MIOSHA Sample Preparedness & Response Plan for Low & Medium Risk Employees

  • •MIOSHA Sample Preparedness & Response Plan for Low & Medium Risk Employees<br><br>https://www.michigan.gov/documents/leo/leo_miosha_cet5700_691240_7.doc

Designate one or more worksite supervisor to implement, monitor & report on COVID-19 Preparedness & Response Plan

  • •Worksite supervisor must remain on-site at all times when employees are present

  • •May be an employee designated & trained in this role

Develop Daily Entry Self-Screening Protocol For Employees & Contractors

  • •At a minimum must include questionnaire

Maintain 6ft Social Distancing

  • •Ground Markings

  • •Signs

  • •Physical Barriers

Promote Remote Work

  • •Promote Remote Work

Restrict Non-essential Business Travel

  • •Restrict Non-essential Business Travel

Encourage use of PPE & hand sanitizer on public transportation

  • •Encourage use of PPE & hand sanitizer on public transportation

Cleaning & Disinfection Protocols

  • • Increase facility cleaning & disinfection – focus on high touch areas & shared equipment

  • •Make cleaning supplies available to employees upon entry AND at the worksite

  • •Provide time for employees to wash hands frequently or use hand sanitizer

  • •Develop cleaning & disinfection protocol for facility in the event of a positive COVID-19 case

Develop Response & Notification Plan for Confirmed Cases of COVID-19

  • •Notify local public health department AND any co-workers, contractors, or suppliers that may have come in contact with the person with a confirmed case of COVID-19 within 24-hours

  • •Establish protocols for temporary closure of all or part of the worksite for deep cleaning

  • •Include protocols for sending affected employees home

Allow employees with a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19 to return to work only after they are no longer infectious

  • •Use the most current guidelines from the CDC for this determination – CDC Discontinuation of Isolation<br><br>https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/disposition-in-home-patients.html

Provide Non-Medical Face Coverings to Employees

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  • •Require masks to be worn when a distance of 6ft cannot be maintained

  • •Consider use of face shields when a distance of 3ft cannot be maintained

  • •Train on proper wear, use, & maintenance of face coverings

  • •Train on protection provided by face coverings

  • •Cloth face coverings are not N95 respirators or surgical masks

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