4. Reopening Resources
Ready, Set, ... Slow
We like Cushman & Wakefield’s Six Readiness Essentials framework for categorizing next steps:
Prepare the Building
Prepare the Workforce
Create a Social Distancing Plan
Reduce TouchPoints and Increase Cleaning
Communicate for Confidence
Framing COVID-19 Messages
Validate emotions—your audience’s & your own.
Give people things to do.
Admit and apologize for errors.
* From The Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy
Protecting Your Organization
This is educational content.
It is NOT legal advice.
American Bar Association | Coronavirus Task Force
Law Firm Resources
Barnes & Thornburg Restarting Your Business: Employer Considerations Checklist (PDF)
Bloomberg Law Coronavirus Toolkit FREE checklists, forms, and policy samples
Littler Law Resources for Employers
LABOR & HUMAN RESOURCES
DoL: Wage and Hour Division fact sheets, posters, FAQs, and webinars
Indiana: Department of Labor
Back-to-Work Checklist | SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) &
INSURANCE & LIABILITY
Insurance & Risk News
No cover? No reopening | Insurance Business
Insurance broker hit with lawsuit over coronavirus exclusion clause | Insurance Business
The EEOC provides answers to your testing and screening questions
Institute of American Architects: Re-Occupancy Assessment (PDF)
Cushman & Wakefield: A How-to Guide for Reopening Your Workplace
The Safe Six Checklist, Retail Readiness Checklist and The 6 Feet Office
International Facilities Management Association
Preparedness Center architecture, design, sanitation, and safety resources
HEALTH & SAFETY
This is where you really have to focus on CDC guidance.
American Industrial Hygiene Association: BACK TO WORK SAFELY™
LANDLORDS & TENANTS
Managing Shared Spaces During COVID-19 | The Nonprofit Centers Network
Evolving COVID-19 Responses of World's Largest Companies | Gallup
A Message about Disney Parks from Chief Medical Officer Dr. Pamela Hymel
Hyatt Global Care & Cleanliness Commitment