1. Hold Regular Safety Meetings
A 10-minute meeting to discuss new procedures will make a difference for your employees and help to keep your workplace safe.
2. Offer Additional Safety Training
Educate employees about workplace hygiene and best practices in a format that’s most effective for them. Be sure to follow guidance from the CDC.
3. Ensure your Safety Manual is Up to Date
Document new process and procedures. Consider adding specific policies for “Pandemic Preparedness” or “COVID-19” (Many clients are requiring them).
4. Display Safety Information in the Break Room or other High-Visibility Areas
Create a safety focused culture by keeping best practices top-of-mind.
5. Provide Cleaning Supplies at Multiple Locations Around the Workplace
Having easy access to cleaning products helps employees to adopt new hygiene procedures and reduces the potential for spreading infectious disease.