Oregon State Building Trades Council

Plexiglass Barrier

Description:

This photo shows use of plexiglass to create a physical barrier between workers when maintaining a 6ft distance is not possible.  

Source: Oregon State Building Trades Council

Date: 08/28/20

Hand sanitizer station

Description:

A hand sanitizer station is provided to encourage hand hygiene on the job site, and the Safety Data Sheet provides information on the chemicals in the product as part of a hazard communication program. 

Source: Oregon State Building Trades Council

Date: 09/11/20

Designated stairs for up and down to promote social distancing

Description:

Segregated stair towers with signage reduce two-way traffic in stairwells and help workers maintain social distancing.

Source: Oregon State Building Trades Council

Date: 08/28/20

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

Mark standing and walking areas to maintain social distancing

Description:

Workers maintain a 6 foot distance between each other while walking on the site and waiting in line. (View from a crane).

Source: Oregon State Building Trades Council

Date: 09/11/20

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

Checklist - Job Site Requirements

Description:

Checklist contains reminders to limit the number of people in an area and maintain social distancing as well as daily reminders on personal hygiene and other job site requirements related to COVID-19. 

Source: Oregon State Building Trades Council

Date: 08/28/20

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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