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Check each person’s temperature with an infrared thermometer as they enter a company building. This is to check for a fever and helps identify those who may have contracted the virus.
Direct non-operations staff to work from home. Use virtual conferencing, VPN, and other remote worker technology where appropriate. This limits the amount of people within a building, which minimizes contact with those who may have contracted the virus.
This is especially important in areas where employees are working in close proximity to each other.
Limit meeting sizes. Where possible use Zoom, Skype, Go To Meeting or similar virtual conferencing, even if all business gatherings are in the building.
Arrange six-foot minimum spacing for seating and maintain other social distancing measures during these gatherings.
Ensure adequate space around microwaves and vending machines. to allow for spacing of 6 feet between people using these items.
This allows for additional and easier access to employees.
Ensure deep cleaning of all company facilities, especially for places where people frequent or gather, like bathrooms or breakrooms.
Use alcohol wipes to sterilize small items: https://store.tpcmaterialhandling.com/collections/ppe/products/alcohol-wipes
Use a fogger to sterilize all surfaces in the room: https://store.tpcmaterialhandling.com/collections/ppe/products/ulv-fogger
Limiting the amount of people in the facility, minimizes the chance of contact between individuals who may or may not have contracted the virus.
This allows staff to increase social distancing during breaks.
Ensure truck driver lounges and similar front-line employees can rest separately from employee areas.
This helps create less employee density in the facility.