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.

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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.

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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).

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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.

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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.

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