COVID-19: The Employer’s Quick Guide

As concern increases over the spread of coronavirus, employers need to evaluate their preparedness. Readiness for the potential spread of the virus should include clear employee communication, careful compliance with state and federal law, and close partnering with your trusted employment counsel.
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Coronavirus: 7 Ways you may be panicking wrongHandwashingWeb

When potential crisis rises, some things always go awry. We may want to change our focus on some of it…“You don’t prepare the same as you would for an earthquake or a tornado. You won’t be at home for two weeks, isolated without resources, so you don’t need water, batteries or candles,” says Nicholas Rupp, spokesman for the Salt Lake County Health Department.
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Occupational Safety & Health -  OSHA Help for EmployersSafetyProceduresWeb

How to comply, go beyond compliance, and improve your bottom line. Remember, under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), employers are responsible for providing a safe and healthy workplace, and workers have rights.
Are you covered by OSHA? Learn more here