Control: Adjust work/meeting areas to maintain minimum 6ft between workers

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Description:

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Source: CPWR - The Center for Construction Research and Training

Date: 09/11/20

Sani-Cans (porta johns) positioned 6 feet apart with wash stations

Description:

Spread porta johns out to increase the physical distance between workers and provide easy access to hand washing or hand sanitizer stations to encourage hand hygiene. 

Source: Oregon State Building Trades Council

Date: 08/28/20

Signs indicate walking paths to maintain social distancing

Description:

Signage and segregated walk paths reduce two-way traffic on narrow paths, such as a bridge.

Source: Oregon State Building Trades Council

Date: 09/11/20

Adjust work to maintain social distancing - wall crew

Description:

This work layout and assignment of tasks creates a physical distance between workers. 

Source: Oregon State Building Trades Council

Date: 08/28/20

Signage, stair tower segregation and hand sanitizer stations

Description:

Signs, barriers, and segregated stair towers used to maintain social distancing and reduce two-way traffic in stairwells. Hand sanitizer stations placed in a high traffic area encourages hand sanitizing. 

Source: Oregon State Building Trades Council

Date: 08/28/20

Signage and segregated walk path

Description:

Signs and segregated walk paths remind workers to stay 6 feet apart. 

Source: Oregon State Building Trades Council

Date: 08/28/20

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