It’s just a matter of time before organizations start opening their doors to employees and customers again. The way they reopen, however, can make all the difference between a safe and unsafe workplace. The National Safety Council in concert with the Safe Actions for Employee Returns (SAFER) task force has identified 10 universal actions every employer must consider before reopening.
- Phasing. Rather than having everyone rush back to the office all at once, consider creating a phased transition to return to work aligned with risk and exposure levels. Here are a few suggestions:
- Have a certain percentage of the workforce come in on certain days. For example, have 50% of your employees come in on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The rest could come in on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Then switch every other week. This will prevent your office from being crowded.
- Have certain percentages…
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