Control: Use signs/posters/markers to maintain a 6 ft distance between workers
COVID-19 Exposure Control Planning Tool
The CDC and OSHA recommend that companies develop a plan to protect their employees and prevent the spread of COVID-19. This free planning tool is designed to help users develop a plan for their worksite in 4 steps. Now in a soft launch, feedback is welcome - email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Signs indicate walking paths to maintain social distancing
Signage and segregated walk paths reduce two-way traffic on narrow paths, such as a bridge.
Checklist - Job Site Requirements
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.
Signage, stair tower segregation and hand sanitizer stations
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.