Prepare your business to safely reopen by getting reliable information from reputable sources. There are many great resources available to you online. Reopening plans fall under the authority of individual state governors. Learn the latest state guidelines from either the U.S. Chamber of Commerce or your state’s official government website. Guidelines can also vary from city to city and county to county, so check your official government website for any additional instructions. As far as the safety of your customers and employees, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) have issued guidance for businesses preparing to reopen to provide safe and healthful workplaces.
Once you’re armed with knowledge about safely reopening your place of work, it’s time to put safety measures in place. This could take some time, so get started as soon as possible.