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Southern Nevada Business Reopening Guide In Coordination with Governor Sisolak's "Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery" 1 Updated 05/15/2020 Please refer to the below items regarding considerations and new safety measures that will ensure a smooth transition during reopening CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE REOPENING Has the Governor's office authorized your business type and/ or sector The use of face masks or coverings throughout the terminal is recommended for BWI Marshall Airport passengers and required for passengers patronizing airport restaurants and shops as well as restaurant and shop workers In response to those with essential travel needs asking "Is a mask required while flying?" we've compiled this list of information from our airline partners

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respirators-facemasks-and-cloth-face-coverings-food-and-agriculture-sector-during-coronavirus) Personal Hygiene Require and allow workers sufficient time to wash their hands frequently including at arrival and departure from workplace before and after using the restroom before eating and drinking and after touching surfaces that may be contaminated Have handwashing facilities easily

Research shows that people who have no symptoms can spread COVID-19 Wearing a non-medical face mask helps minimize the spread of the virus Everyone should wear a mask when out in public Employees should wear a mask when working If possible masks should be provided to employees Instructions for making homemade masks can be found at the

The use of face coverings/masks for farm employees in Massachusetts Masks and cloth face coverings can help prevent transmission of the virus from asymptomatic carriers and protect farm employees Farm managers should be aware of the difference between respirators masks and face cloth coverings by reviewing the FDA fact sheet developed for their use in the Food and Agriculture Sector during

Sanitation Supplies During the COVID-19 Pandemic Purpose The purpose of this document is to share recommendations for addressing shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) cloth face coverings 1 disinfectants and sanitation supplies in the food and agriculture industry in order to help maintain employee safety continuity of the food supply food safety and employee/ consumer

This Bulletin outlines temporary guidance related to the use of non-medical masks or face coverings for workers in the marine transportation sector during the COVID-19 pandemic period Scope This bulletin applies to workers in the marine transportation sector examples of which are provided in a non-exhaustive list set out in Annex 1 What you need to know Hygiene: From the Government of

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Use of Face Coverings We are aware of questions arising on the potential use of face coverings as we move to lift restrictions As you know the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) has said that it does see a role for face coverings that are not of medical standard in community settings

13 05 2020This guidance is to help employers employees and the self-employed understand how to work safely in the food manufacturing sector during the COVID-19 pandemic Guidance from the Food Standards Agency focuses on the hygiene processes and requirements you must follow to continue to safely operate your food business

Food Establishments Announcing Forward Dane and New Order On May 18 Public Health Madison Dane County released Forward Dane a plan for the phased reopening of Dane County Forward Dane includes metrics we will use to guide our gradual reopening of Dane County and lays out what requirements will be in place during each reopening phase See our Current Order page for more

Outdoor Recreation Sector Supports COVID-19 Response Efforts Businesses across the outdoor recreation industry are stepping up to aid first responders healthcare workers and law enforcement RV Community The RV community is providing temporary housing/support for essential workers many of whom are on the front lines of this pandemic RV parks campgrounds marinas play vital role as

Wear face coverings during customer interactions Wear gloves and face coverings whenever possible during meal-prep and cleaning Institute frequent breaks to wash hands Require employees to stay home when showing any symptoms or signs of sickness Employers are encouraged to provide high-quality face coverings To protect customers

Southern Nevada Business Reopening Guide In Coordination with Governor Sisolak's "Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery" 1 Updated 05/15/2020 Please refer to the below items regarding considerations and new safety measures that will ensure a smooth transition during reopening CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE REOPENING Has the Governor's office authorized your business type and/ or sector

Use of Respirators Facemasks and Cloth Face Coverings in the Food and Agriculture Sector During Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Pandemic FDA Food and Agriculture: Considerations for Prioritization of PPE Cloth Face Coverings Disinfectants and Sanitation Supplies During the COVID-19 Pandemic FDA USDA Overview of Testing for SARS-CoV-2 CDC

(See sector-specific guidelines for more detailed information ) Encourage telework whenever possible For those businesses where telework is not feasible temporarily move or stagger workstations to ensure six feet of separation between co-workers and between members of the public Where possible employees and customers should utilize face coverings (See CDC Use of Cloth Face Coverings

Event Safety Playbook for COVID

•Require all attendees and staff to wear Government/WHO recommended face coverings during the event •Operational considerations for COVID-19 management in the accommodation sector — WHO •The Event Safety Alliance Reopening Guide — ESA •COVID-19 and Food Safety: Guidance for Food Businesses — WHO •How to protect yourself and others from COVID-19 - HSE •Cloth face

COVID-19 is already changing the way we interact with and produce food As we each look to control the spread and impact of COVID-19 there are many questions around the risks associated with food production and to our employees to ensure that a safe and robust food supply is maintained for the public Below you can find useful links to expert resources to help address your specific questions

Departments can order face coverings in the marketplace or request face coverings for their employees by emailing ehsprinceton edu EHS will assess the request and notify the department of details regarding pickup or delivery EHS will provide one face covering per employee Once cloth face coverings have been distributed to a department the use of disposable face coverings should be

Industry Notice Your company may have developed a COVID Safety Plan for your business in recent weeks If not now is the time to develop one This Industry Notice builds off the previous notice Best Practices for the Commercial Passenger Vehicle Industry during COVID-19 and complements BC's Restart Plan a phased approach to restart B C 's economy in the midst of the pandemic

use of face coverings as source control (e g non -medical masks or cloth masks) • Encourage contactless methods of payment (tapping credit or debit cards) instead of cash o If cash payments are made workers should wash or sanitize their hands every time after handling cash o The credit/debit machine should be disinfected frequently throughout the day • In addition to routine cleaning