covid-19 Pandemic Plan

Do you have a COVID-19 Response Plan?

Many businesses have already adjusted their operations by making their teams remote or just doing a temporary shut down. This may not be the case for your business though. Your safety department may also have a safety plan for pandemic preparedness but nothing in it regarding COVID-19. Many of our clients were being requested by their hiring clients and general contractors to provide such a program about how they would respond to outbreak within their business and steps they take to mitigate such incidents.

We realize many companies may not have the means or time to really adapt a plan so we wanted to provide this resource free to the public that they can use and adapt to their current programs, but at least you have a baseline to work from or use this program as it is written now.

What does the Covid-19 Pandemic Plan Go Over?

We tried to cover alot of areas in this program and also be practical with it too. Here is a list of the sections that we have covered in this 10 page plan.

  • Plan Purpose
  • Responsibilities
  • Policy
  • Background
  • Definitions
  • Hazard Recognition
  • Administrative Controls
  • Cleaning and Disinfecting
  • PPE and Hygiene
  • Training
  • Business Continuity
  • Communication
  • Risk Assessment
  • Following A Pandemic Event
  • Additional Considerations
  • COVID-19 Screening Questionnaire

How Do I Get This Plan?

You just need to fill out the below form with your business information and we will send you the plan. The plan will come as a word document and you are free to edit it however you see fit to adapt with your current programs. This plan was originally written to cover the requirements with ISNetworld®, Avetta, PEC Safety, and other prequalification networks.

We hope you find this plan useful for your business as we all work together to lessen the impact of COVID-19 on the world.

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