As our local industries resume operations and manage the risk of exposure to COVID-19, Hawaii businesses need to have a plan of action in place to ensure containment and communication should a positive case become known.
Considerations and actions to be taken to ensure workplace safety for employees and guests; how to support infection and communication while employers provide a conducive business atmosphere; and how to operate in a new world of work are today’s essential business practice.
The simplicityHR by ALTRES Back to Work: Managing a Positive COVID-19 Test ebook linked below is intended to help Hawaii business owners safely contain and secure their workplace and teams.
While every business is unique, these resources based on state and federal best practices, guidelines, and safety protocols are relevant to everyone, because we’re all in this together!
Back to Work: Managing a Positive COVID-19 Test
How do you handle possible COVID-19 exposures? Our eBook includes communication plans, checklists, and resources for formulating your business’ plan to operate safely, including considerations of:
- Prevention and Preparation
- Taking Quick Action
- Team Support
- Workplace Safety
Additionally, this eBook offers employers a resource cheat sheet to ensure access to the latest information on the ever-changing pandemic. For fast reference to checklists by action to be taken these sections have also been broken down into easy downloads for employers to take swift action and ensure workplace safety, security and strong communication.
Managing a Positive COVID-19 Test Downloads
- COVID-19 eBook: Managing a Positive Test
- COVID-19 Prevention: Checklist
- COVID-19 Preparation: Checklist
- Taking Quick Action: Checklist
- Stop the Spread: Checklist
- Communication Plan: Checklist and Templates
- Team Support: Checklist
- Workplace Safety: Checklist
- COVID-19 Resources: Cheat Sheet
- Communicating Office Closure: Letter Template (DOCX)
- Communicating Employee Infection: Letter Template (DOCX)
We hope you will find these to be valuable resources as you safely resume operations and maintain best practices to protect your employees, clients, and guests.
As with any business decision you need to make, you need to do what’s specifically appropriate for you and your business. We highly encourage you to seek guidance and advice from your trusted advisors as they know you and your business best.
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This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Readers should first consult their attorney, accountant or adviser before acting upon any information in this article.