Workplace safety is everyone's responsibility
As employers begin a gradual return to the workplace, businesses in every industry are addressing how to update their workplace processes and interacions to elevate health and safety while minimizing the risk of further outbreaks.
The timing for reopening and the safety risks involved vary from business to business and state to state. However, the recommended healthiest practices for workplace safety are virtually universal. Spherion's risk and safety experts have compiled guidance below in a linked eBook format to help your business reopen in a way that not only minimizes risk of infection today but also promotes greater safety for your workforce in the future. We want you to thrive while placing employee and customer health first.
As always, Spherion is here to help you in any way. Please contact your local Spherion office with any questions about recommended workplace health and safety.
eBook: Getting Back to Work Safely
- Getting Back to Work Safely : Re-think workplace safety
- Getting Back to Work Safely: Embrace a safety management system
- Getting Back to Work Safely: Understand the hierarchy of controls
- Getting Back to Work Safely: Establish & sustain acceptable levels of risk
- Getting Back to Work Safely: Launch a best-in-class safety committee
- Getting Back to Work Safely: Integrate continual risk assessments
This document does not constitute legal advice.
This document is subject to change over time as expert recommendations, regulatory guidance, and industry practices mature. Please note that this document does not constitute legal advice, and you should not rely on it as a single source for your own workplace. It seeks to align with best practices for safety/health management as well as the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Health and Human Services pursuant to the Occupational Safety and Health Act, and World Health Organization recommendations to the greatest extent possible, but the guidance from those agencies continues to evolve and should be closely monitored by businesses as they implement reopening plans.