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Common Sense

Before returning to work workers should be tested for the covid-19

Have their temperature taken at beginning of each shift

Be given proper saftey gear at the start of each shift and be provided training in sanitation methods

Educated on what resources their employer is providing for exposure to covid -19

Have posters on displays that explain the employees rights, and available resources, and contact phone numbers... more »

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Commuting Safely

Reevaluate train safety, infrastructure, capacity and speed trending idea

Run more trains- Large cities with a subway system carry hundreds of people on one train. Crammed trains increase the risk of exposure to COVID. One way to limit the number of people cramming onto a train is to limit the number of carts on a train and increase the number of trains. If we don't have enough train engines to operate in this new COVID reality, we will need to build more trains. Building trains in the US is... more »

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Supporting America's Families

Re-creating Program Development

Partnership with Northrop Grumman

Los Angeles County Department of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services (WDACS) has developed a strong partnership with one the largest aerospace defense contractors in the world, Northrop Grumman. In 2014 Northrop Grumman was awarded one of the largest defense contracts in our nation's history. The contract was directly linked to the large base of operations that Northrop... more »

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Working Safely

What "WE" Workers and Employers can do to reopen a Safe Environment for Customers

"WE" have all been training for this day! Trust in the guidelines that have been circulated throughout America and the world. "WE" will maintain the CRUCIAL and BASIC PRACTICES that WE have adapted to. WE all know them by now!

This new normal of sanitizing all surfaces, continuing to wear masks and gloves, being cognizant of what WE touch, how we sneeze, how we cough, how WE decontaminate ourselves when we return home/work,... more »

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Commuting Safely

What "WE" Workers and Employers can do to reopen America's Commuting Systems safely

"WE" have all been training for this day! Trust in the guidelines that have been circulated throughout America and the world. "WE" will maintain the CRUCIAL and BASIC PRACTICES that WE have adapted to. WE all know them by now!

This new normal of sanitizing all surfaces, continuing to wear masks and gloves, being cognizant of what WE touch, how we sneeze, how we cough, how WE decontaminate ourselves when we return home/work,... more »

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Reducing Regulatory Burdens

Reduce Medicare -CMS and Joint Commission Regulations

As a Registered Nurse, the insured healthcare system in America is failing. We need to reduce regulations on hospitals and clinics in the United States. We need to approve Tele-health programs and reimburse for these programs. Suggesting a committee be assigned to review these outdated, technological phobic regulations and reduce them. Requesting a separate committee to determine which regulations in the aging population... more »

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Accessibility will be fundamental in the Reopening of Business

All work settings need to be able to provide ADA accommodations for people with disabilities as they come back to work and or readjust their work settings. Especially for people with mental health conditions. The mental health impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is having unprecedented high levels of stress, anxiety, fear, and trauma to people, families, and communities. The impact of such trauma is higher among front line... more »

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What "WE" Workers and Employers can do to reopen America's workplaces safely

"WE" have all been training for this day! Trust in the guidelines that have been circulated throughout America and the world. "WE" will maintain the CRUCIAL and BASIC PRACTICES that WE have adapted to. WE all know them by now!

This new normal of sanitizing all surfaces, continuing to wear masks and gloves, being cognizant of what WE touch, how we sneeze, how we cough, how WE decontaminate ourselves when we return home/work,... more »

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Reopening Businesses in Rural America

I live in Boulder City, Nevada-population about 16,000 people. We have about 8 million people come to Lake Mead National Recreation Area and about 1 million people come to Hoover Dam every year. A lot of these people come and visit or stay overnight in Boulder City, Nevada. The people come from all over the world.

Our small town has been closed up since March 17, 2020 at midnight. Now, some businesses (Restaurants, etc.)... more »

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Supporting America's Families

STOP! Do Not Reopen, Send Monthly Trump Checks, United We Stand. Divided We Fall.

As a public health nurse, the warning of the COVID-19 pandemic storm has been alerting the citizens of this country that the pandemic is only just beginning to take hold and many additional deaths can be avoided. a Tsunami of Deaths will negatively impact our economic health. There will be a resurgence of COVID-19 and its, so far, 13 mutations in the summer and fall of 2020.... if we re-open, and pretend business as usual,... more »

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Commuting Safely

Rural transit supports

I work with people with disabilities and in some rural areas it is really hard to find PPE and ways to social distance on vans and fixed route buses. Please help are seniors and people with disabilities to ride by encouraging Congress to fund 5310 senior and disabled transportation and work to strengthen non emergency medical transportation options in communities.

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Please don't forget about childcare when opening up

I am work with childcare providers in my daily life. When in the course of helping individuals find employment, they often encounter many barriers. Childcare is a major barrier for individuals with low income. Often the people who work in the childcare field are also low income and on the fringes, as well. Right now, childcare centers have been forced to close their doors. This impacts those who want to go to work but... more »

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