Implementing Safety Practices for Critical Infrastructure Workers Who May Have Had Exposure to a Person with Suspected or Confirmed COVID-19

To ensure continuity of operations of essential functions, CDC advises that critical infrastructure workers may be permitted to continue work following potential exposure to COVID-19, provided they remain asymptomatic and additional precautions are implemented to protect them and the community.

Join the NAHB on April 16 for a Jobsite Stand Down Using These Resources

NAHB has several resources available to Executive Officers to help promote the COVID-19 Job Site Safety Stand Down on April 16 . A template press release, template message to members, materials packet and the April 9 webinar replay with slides are available on . Questions? Contact Rob Matuga .

What is a Stand Down?
A Stand Down is a 10-15 minute meeting with your workforce to review the applicable safety and health guidelines in place for COVID-19.

During the Stand Down, employers MUST continue to observe the current recommendations for social distancing by separating their workforce into groups of 10 or less and maintaining a minimum of 6 feet between persons.
Thank You to Members who held Stand Down Meetings last week and shared photos with the HBA
Austin Habitat for Humanity
David Weekley Homes
Send Photos or Videos
from your Stand Down event

Be sure to maintain Social Distancing during your Stand Down event
Your HBA Staff, Board and other volunteer Members,
continue to work diligently to advocate on behalf of all HBA Members
to keep the construction industry moving so our community has safe housing.
This information is not intended to provide legal advice, nor be the authority on COVID-19
updates, and we cannot guarantee real-time updates on every matter. We provide this
information as a courtesy for you to use in conjunction with your due diligence.