Stop the spread.
throughout your facilities to remind employees how to prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19.
oap versus hand sanitizer.
Can't find any hand sanitizer on the store shelves? Use soap! When it comes to killing germs, soap and water wins hands down. The CDC explains why
washing with soap and water is most effective
. In situations where you don't have access to soap and water, make sure you use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
Maintain vacant facilities.
Protect buildings that will be vacant for a period of time, such as school closures, by conducting
inside and out. During freezing weather, check daily to prevent freeze ups.
Adopt a telecommuting policy.
Prepare for the possibility that employees may need to work from home where feasible. Do you have a policy to address telecommuting that addresses schedules, duties and responsibilities, equipment, data security, and safety? Call the AMLJIA for assistance.
Implement new legislation.
Families First Coronavirus Response Act
(FFCRA) will go into effect April 2, 2020. This law requires employers to provide emergency leave under certain conditions.
AMLJIA Safety Savings can help.
Each AMLJIA member has a
account that can be used to purchase safety supplies. Call or email to check your entity's account balance.