COVID-19 resources: Helpful links for more information

April 16, 2020 Casey Nighbor

With the spread of COVID-19, the constant flow of information can be daunting. This list of resources can help you start or continue to prepare, plan and protect your business. 

General Resources:

-Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: With this emerging, rapidly evolving situation, the CDC provides updated information as it becomes available

-FEMA: FEMA works with state, local, tribal and territorial governments to execute a whole-of-America response to the COVID-19 pandemic to protect the health and safety of the American people

-Coronavirus-19 Government Website: Guidelines from the CDC, FEMA and the White House

-World Health Organization: WHO's primary role is to direct international health within the United Nations' system and to lead partners in global health responses of COVID-19

-NAM State Resources: National Association of Manufacturers and the Manufacturing Leadership Council has created an interactive map with state regulations and declarations. 

 

Employee Safety:

-The Occupational Safety and Health Administration: OSHA’s latest updates for workers and employers including response plans and safety guidelines

-CDC Guidelines for Business: Resources for employers to plan and respond to COVID-19

-EPA’s list of disinfectants: EPAs recommended use and list of registered disinfectants the are qualified for use against COVID-19

-Department of Labor’s Guidelines: Resource page for COVID-19 and the workplace

-Best Practices for Your Operations: Learn some best practices on cleaning, social distancing, worker protection and more for your facility.

 

Business:

-Small Business Administration: Resources and guidance for small businesses including loan information and details on the CARES act.

-NAM webinars: The National Association of Manufacturers and the Manufacturing Leadership Council are hosting COVID-19 webinars to help manufacturers respond. Some topics include cleaning best practice, impact on current business, action plans and more.

About the Author

About Casey: Content marketing manager, frequently reading, aspiring chef, failed plant mom, connoisseur of tater tots, beauty products and airplane food.

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