VOL 11.12: CAREFULLY AND SAFELY UNLOCKING BUSINESSES AFTER LOCKDOWN FOR COVID-19 IS OVER
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(September 15, 2020)
Since every workplace is unique, no single plan can fit every business. However, all plans follow a similar framework, and employers should evaluate options to fill in that framework.
In general, a plan should address:
• Minimizing the risk of transmission to employees, vendors, and customers;
• Maintaining a clean and healthy work environment; and
• Balancing safety with continuity of business operations.
Balancing safety does not mean weighing the risk of transmission against profitable operations. However, some control measures simply won’t be feasible in every situation.
Not all employees can work from home, for example, but workstations might be set up six feet apart. The key is to find the most protective option that is the least disruptive to business operations.
Published by : D. L. Shah Trust
Edited by : Mr. Hari K Taneja, Trustee, D. L. Shah TrustClick here to view full content