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Cleanliness

Hand sanitizer Dispenser/ face mask should be at the door when entering a public building. Business owner should provide it for anyone entering their facility.

Anyone who refuses shouldn't enter or if a business owner chooses not to provide it they also shouldn't be able to run a business without it.

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Win-Win for Teleworking

Organizations should negotiate with employees that are able to telework a package that allows them to stay at home and take an agreed amount off their salary for the costs of travel. It is my opinion that there is a large number of employees that would take a paycut in order to work from home. This would minimize the spread of any virus, reduce sick days needed, a better environment, a cost-savings to the employer, and... more »

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Facility Systems

With the urgency to restart the economy, some the best precautions we can take, which thru your media to businesses and government agencies authorities

1. Central Air Conditioning is the source of major source of spreading of any decease since the same air circulating in the space which may house many many people in the office and industrial spaces.

2. Offices and business houses like restaurants must run without air... more »

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Masks allowing for free flow of air!

We need some guidance for proper mask usage. I see people developing anxiety and showing signs of oxygen deprivation. It is not worth the anecdotal protection provided by "sneeze" masks when you are trading it for the free flow of oxygen during physical work. It may be that a sneeze mask is possible but its not a tight fitting four layer air obstruction that does not even block virus!

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Provide Safety

Clean well. Assure there are no infected workers. Assure that all are wearing masks. Limit the number of customers. Assure that no one is infected. Assure that all are wearing masks. Assure that all follow the 6 feet distancing rule.

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Students, Staff, and Schools

Since schools are considered a necessity in order for adults to return to work, However, before opening schools, the safety of staff, vulnerable students, and others needs to be considered. Perhaps students are divided into groups. One group attends school one week, while the other group works remotely another. Schools will need to have fewer students in a class, hall transfers will need to be alternated among classes,... more »

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General Inquiry

I would like to advise that employers should be holding daily safety meetings as well as taking the employees ideas on how to keep safe from at this point in time from robberies and domestic disputes as well as overall confrontation one will have with disgruntled customers and employees in these times of high stress and mixed emotions

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Practical Safeguards Can Be Implemented to Protect Employees

Our firm is committed to providing advice and assistance to employers who are reintroducing employees to the workplace. Employers are encouraged to follow the established guidelines to help minimize risk. This includes establishing return to work procedures for those who are suspected or confirmed to have the virus that are consistent with the CDC guidelines for healthcare facilities as wells as other guidelines such... more »

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Workplace Safety

Though I'd love to bring staff back, providing PPEs will be a challenge, the limited resource to obtain essential items such as toilet paper, sanitizer, masks for staff will make things difficult.

I'd like to see, employers be required and not a suggestion to allow employees who can to work from home, stagger the work shifts (e.g. start and end times).

Less children in a classroom, and teachers provided additional assistance... more »

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Working in offices

I believe that anyone that works in an office should continue to work remotely. Office workers tend to have limited bathroom facilities and meeting areas. Therefore, there will be a lot of close activity among co-workers in small spaces. I believe this could become problematic and possibly cause further outbreaks of the virus. It would be difficult for office workers to wear masks and gloves while working on computers.... more »

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