Due to Covid-19 products will be delivered anywhere from 2-3 weeks.
For most employers, protecting workers will depend on emphasizing basic infection prevention
measures. As appropriate, all employers should implement good hygiene and infection control
1- Promote frequent and thorough hand washing, including by providing workers, customers, and worksite
visitors with a place to wash their hands. If soap and running water are not immediately available, provide
alcohol-based hand rubs containing at least 60% alcohol.
2- Encourage workers to stay home if they are sick.
3- Encourage respiratory etiquette, including covering coughs and sneezes.
4- Provide customers and the public with tissues and trash receptacles.
5- Employers should explore whether they can establish policies and practices, such as flexible worksites (e.g.,
telecommuting) and flexible work hours (e.g., staggered shifts), to increase the physical distance among
employees and between employees and others if state and local health authorities recommend the use of
social distancing strategies.
6- Discourage workers from using other workers’ phones, desks, offices, or other work tools and equipment,
7- Maintain regular housekeeping practices, including routine cleaning and disinfecting of surfaces,
equipment, and other elements of the work environment.
a. When choosing cleaning chemicals, employers should consult information on Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA)-approved disinfectant labels with claims against emerging viral pathogens.
b. Products with EPA-approved emerging viral pathogens claims are expected to be effective against SARS-CoV-
2 based on data for harder to kill viruses.
c. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for use of all cleaning and disinfection products (e.g., concentration,
application method and contact time, PPE).
B. Prompt Identification and Isolation of Sick People, if Appropriate
1- Prompt identification and isolation of potentially infectious individuals is a critical step in protecting
workers, customers, visitors, and others at a worksite.
2- COMPANY should inform and encourage employees to self-monitor for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 if
they suspect possible exposure.
3- All COMPANY employees shall follow all standard practices for reporting illnesses, when they are sick,
and/or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.
4- Where appropriate, COMPANY shall take precautions for immediately isolating people who have signs
and/or symptoms of COVID-19.
a. Move potentially infectious people to a location away from workers, customers, and other visitors. Although
most worksites do not have specific isolation rooms, designated areas with closable doors may serve as
isolation rooms until potentially sick people can be removed from the worksite.
5- Take steps to limit spread of the respiratory secretions of a person who may have COVID-19.
a. Provide a face mask, if feasible and available, and ask the person to wear it, if tolerated. Note: A face mask
(also called a surgical mask, procedure mask, or other similar terms) on a patient or other sick person should
not be confused with PPE for a worker; the mask acts to contain potentially infectious respiratory secretions
at the source (i.e., the person’s nose and mouth).