30 May How to Reopen Your Business and Keep your Employees Safe After COVID-19
When building your reopening plan for OSHA compliance, you are going to need to first assess what kind of risk your workers are going to be exposed to as they work. OSHA has four levels (with oh so creative names). Take some guidance from #MattTheLawyer in the first video of this two-part series.
Once you have determined the level of exposure your employees may be facing, it is time to start thinking about the mechanisms for protecting employees. They include physical changes to the workplace, changes in procedures, and yes, personal protective equipment. Take some guidance from #MattTheLawyer in the second video of this two-part series.
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