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The Department of Homeland Security considers construction an “essential critical infrastructure workforce.” However, all safety measures that can be taken, should be taken. The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) has taken the initiative and put together a detailed plan that outlines the steps that every employer and employee can take to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19.
The plan describes how to prevent worker exposure to coronavirus, protective measures to be taken on the job site, personal protective equipment and work practice controls to be used, cleaning and disinfecting procedures, and OSHA guidance on what to do if a worker becomes sick, including record-keeping requirements.
National Association of Home Builders COVID-19 Plan:
- Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Plan for Construction
- COVID-19 Jobsite Checklist and Toolbox Talk
- Template Letter: Essential Industry Employee Notification
- Template Letter: Employee Notification of Potential Exposure
These resources are also available in Spanish, here.
Gulfshore Insurance is focused on supporting and addressing client concerns. Visit our Coronavirus Resource Center for guidance on risk management measures and resources to help manage ongoing operations.
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