Following information was taken from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Education, Guidance for Business page

Employees

  • Require employees showing any symptoms or signs of sickness, or who has been in contact with known positive cases to stay home.

  • Connect employees to company or state benefits providers.

  • Provide flexible or remote scheduling for employees who need to continue to observe Stay-at-Home, who may have child or elder care obligations, or who live with a person who still needs to observe Stay-at-Home due to underlying condition, age, or other factors.

  • Encourage and enable remote work whenever possible.

  • Minimize all in-person meetings.

  • Provide hand washing facilities/stations and hand sanitizer.

  • Encourage breaks to wash hands or use hand sanitizer.

  • Phase shifts and breaks to reduce employee density.

  • Wear appropriate protective gear like gloves, masks, and face coverings and require appropriate use. 

Worksites

  • Deputize workplace coordinator(s) charged with addressing COVID-19 issues.

  • Maintain 6-foot distancing when possible, and discourage shared spaces.

  • Frequently sanitize all high-touch areas. (Additional Guidance)

  • Post signage for employees and customers on good hygiene.

  • Ensure proper ventilation. (OSHA guidance)

  • Avoid gatherings (meetings, waiting rooms, etc) of more than 10 people.

  • Implement symptom monitoring protocols (including workplace temperature monitoring and symptom screening questions) where possible. (Additional Guidance)

  • Eliminate or regularly sanitize any items in common spaces (i.e., break rooms) that are shared between individuals (i.e., condiments, coffee makers, vending machines). (Additional Guidance)

  • Provide appropriate protective gear like gloves, masks, and face coverings and require appropriate use. 

Protecting customers

  • Create special hours for people at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19. 

  • Encourage and facilitate 6-foot distancing inside of the business for all patrons.

  • Require use of protection like gloves, masks, and face coverings.

  • Provide hand sanitizer at entrance.

  • Install shields or barriers where possible between customers and employees.

  • Use contactless payment solutions, no touch trash cans, etc. whenever possible.

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