Owners of buildings used for commercial, industrial, or other enterprises, and of residential buildings with at least 50 units, must implement the following policies at minimum:
Clean and disinfect high-touch areas routinely in accordance with CDC guidelines, particularly in spaces accessible to staff, customers, tenants, or other individuals, particularly following a known or potential exposure;
Maintain current cleaning procedures in all other areas of the facility;
Ensure that the facility has a sufficient number of workers to perform the above protocols effectively.
Immediately separate and send home workers who appear to have COVID-19 symptoms;
Promptly notify workers of any known exposure to COVID-19, subject to confidentiality requirements in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA);
Clean and disinfect the worksite in accordance with CDC guidelines when a worker has been diagnosed with COVID-19;
Continue to follow all guidelines and directives issued by the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH), the CDC, and the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) for maintaining a clean, safe and healthy work environment.
Prohibit non-essential visitors from entering the worksite;
Engage in appropriate social distancing measures when picking up or delivering equipment or materials;
Limit worksite meetings, inductions, and workgroups to groups of fewer than ten individuals;
Require individuals to maintain six feet or more distance between them wherever possible;
Stagger work start and stop times where practicable to limit the number of individuals entering and leaving the worksite concurrently;
Identify congested and "high-risk areas," including but not limited to lunchrooms, breakrooms, portable rest rooms, and elevators, and limit the number of individuals at those sites concurrently where practicable;
Stagger lunch breaks and work times where practicable to enable operations to safely continue while utilizing the least number of individuals possible at the site;
Require workers and visitors to wear cloth face coverings, while on the premises, except where doing so would inhibit the individual's health, and require workers to wear gloves while on the premises. Businesses must provide, at their expense, such face coverings and gloves for their employees;
Require infection control practices, such as regular hand washing, coughing and sneezing etiquette, and proper tissue usage and disposal;
Limit sharing of tools, equipment, and machinery;
Where running water is not available, provide portable washing stations with soap and/or alcohol-based hand sanitizers that have greater than 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol;
Require frequent sanitization of high-touch areas like restrooms, breakrooms, equipment, and machinery;
When the worksite is an occupied residence, require workers to sanitize work areas and keep a distance of at least six feet from the occupants; and
Place conspicuous signage at entrances and throughout the worksite detailing the above mandates.