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Businesses are opening. Management, employees, vendors, and visitors need peace of mind

about their safety and responsibilities. Are you ready?


I work with New York businesses and organizations regarding phasing in back-to-office plans,

based on the New York State Mandatory Guidelines and recommended best practices. Together,

we can formulate a plan for return-to-office policies and procedures. As part of my overall

evaluative workup, I offer options to consider when creating a plan; including technology

solutions, operational plans, policies, procedures, and training, and physical and cybersecurity

measures.


Reopening Plan Considerations


Has your workplace considered its needs?


• Screening protocols

• Social distancing plan, including physical workplace modifications

• Limitations on personal, in-person interactions and physical contact

• Training employees about social distancing policies and protocols

• Regular updates on employee scheduling

• Readily available mental health resources


Initial questions to ask when formulating the policies and procedures:


• What type of screening/COVID-19 tests will you use?

• Will you be planning staggered starting times or additional screeners?

• What will you do if someone refuses to be screened?

• How will you define and respond to a fever?

• What, if any, is your pandemic preparedness pan?


As part of my overall evaluative workup, I offer options to consider when creating a return to

work plan for:


• Technology Solutions

• Operational Plans, Policies, Procedure, and Training

• Physical and Cybersecurity Measures

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