Assuming that the format for the exposure plan does not need to be exactly the same for the plan as long as it has the components and is actually implemented and followed...
Can someone offer a quick oview of current safety documentation requirements related to corona virus and reopening.
What is the level of training for the 'COVID Safety Resource Officer' or 'health officer' if a company adopts the manufacturing exposure plan?
quick simple template for site visitor policy?
How are small manufacturers implementing the requirement to measure employee temperatures prior to the start of each shift? We are still having most staff work from home, with just 2-3 employees in the shop or office at any given time. What equipment is being used (I assume non-contact) and who is operating it. Is there a requirement to record the results?
As classified as "Essential" in the supply chain, we have been in operation on going, and implementing all of the guidelines issued by the CDC and taken additional measures within our facility. With the new Vermont requirement of daily screening for COVID-19 exposure, both temperature testing and surveying employees, the management of those requirements in a large facility and the confidentiality management of that is concerning on how we will be able to keep up with the management of the documentation. Fortunately, we have not had any employee exposure or positively tested at this point.
Can you have employees do self checks and sign off that it has been completed? especially for shift work. This reduces contact.
Is your website and all information open to the public, or are you a closed group?
Katie Frederick-ASC Safety Services
What temperature constitutes a fever? 100.4?
How many participants actually have thermometers? I think this is a universal problem.
Can the survey questions be asked over email or phone each day? Then temperatures handled in person only? Are they expecting a visual assessment as part of the confirmation of the workers health?
At what fever level do you ask an employee to go home? 100 or 100.4?
Fever in COVID can be intermittent so that is why the subjective component is incorporated.