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WORKPLACE HEALTH™ Guide

Safely return to work in compliance with CDC recommendations, OSHA requirements, and expert medical guidance developed to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

As the world begins to adjust to the “new normal” of working during the COVID-19 pandemic, leaders want to take the right steps to ensure the health of their co-workers, families, and communities. Because Health has developed a comprehensive Workplace Health™ Guide to help safely guide your return to normal operations with medical guidance while ensuring that your business stays compliant with stringent OSHA requirements and CDC recommendations.

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COVID-19

How employers can use workplace health screenings to reduce COVID-19 infections at work

As workplaces reopen, the big question is how to keep everyone safe. 

There are no federal guidelines when it comes to employee health screenings, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers some strategies to keep workers as safe as possible. These include conducting daily in-person or virtual health checks (e.g., temperature screenings and symptom screenings). 

Employers are encouraged to offer flexible sick leave and supportive policies when it comes to COVID, and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act requires some companies to provide paid sick leave or expanded coverage when it comes to the coronavirus. 

Individual states are also implementing their own policies. 

While states like Alaska have no requirements, others—like Colorado—mandate that employers must conduct daily temperature checks, daily symptom monitoring, and a health screening form for checking symptoms.

Companies in Colorado with more than 50 employees in a single location must also set up stations for symptom screening and temperature checks, or create a policy requiring daily at-home self-screenings along with reporting the results to the employer. 

Some businesses are going beyond the standard temperature check to do all they can to ensure that their offices are free from COVID-19. 

Willie Greer, founder of The Product Analyst in Memphis, did just that and went a step further to keep his workforce safe from COVID-19 infection in the workplace. Greer hired an in-house licensed professional who is tasked to check everyone’s condition throughout the day. 

“We also advised everyone to inform the healthcare specialist once they feel any symptom that may be related to the virus,” Greer says. 

Your business can also provide employees with an in-house licensed healthcare professional, and it won’t break the bank.

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Danielle Braff
Danielle Braff is a former magazine editor and newspaper reporter turned award-winning freelance writer specializing in lifestyle, health, business, shopping, parenting and travel writing. Her articles have appeared in dozens of magazines and newspapers including the Chicago Tribune, Crain’s Chicago Business, Women’s Health, Self, Woman’s Day, Men’s Health, Budget Travel, Health, Marie Claire, New York Newsday, Chicago Sun-Times, Better Homes and Gardens, Time Out New York Kids, and Every Day with Rachel Ray. Danielle is also the Chicago correspondent for Afar magazine, and she writes its weekly column about what to do in and around Chicago.