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 the worksite;
Limit all worksite meetings and groups to fewer than 10 people;
Require everyone to maintain 6 feet of social distancing wherever possible;
Stagger start and stop times to limit the number of people entering and leaving at the same time;
Stagger lunch breaks and work times to minimize the number of people on site while safely continuing operations;
Restrict the number of individuals who can access common areas such as restrooms and breakrooms at the same time;
Require workers and visitors to wear cloth face coverings, and require workers to wear gloves. A business must provide, at its own expense, these face coverings and gloves for employees. If a visitor refuses for a non-medical reason, they must be denied entry.
Require infection control practices such as regular hand washing, coughing and sneezing etiquette, and proper tissue usage;
Limit sharing of tools, equipment, and machinery;
Provide hand sanitizer and wipes to workers and visitors; and
Require frequent sanitization of high-touch areas like restrooms, breakrooms, equipment, and machinery.