How Employers Can Protect Their Employees and Customers From Health and Safety Risks
Employers across every industry face evolving challenges in protecting their employee and customer health, especially given ongoing and emerging infectious viruses, workplace hazards, and emergency situations.
Employers play an integral role in upholding their workplace health and safety standards, which can include using personal protective equipment and adapting workplaces to enable social distancing. But it can be challenging to understand the best ways to reduce employee and customer health risks when interacting with a high volume of customers each day or when navigating a unique workplace setting.
To help employers across industries—including healthcare, small business, manufacturing, and large venue employers—improve their workplace safety, we’ve created the below resource hubs. Each link will provide you with specific and easy-to-follow recommendations for protecting your employee health, including resource documents, news sources, and networks where you can access ongoing help and science-based strategies.
Are you an employer in an industry not included above? Visit our full selection of employer guidelines here, including resources for business services like banks, notaries, and title companies, as well as general office settings and laboratories.
Empower Everyone To Protect Their Health At Work—Commit to C.A.R.E.
In addition to the resource hubs shared above, Commit to C.A.R.E. helps business leaders safeguard their employees through free resources including micro-training videos, checklists, and web tools. By taking the Commit To C.A.R.E. pledge, you and your employees can access interactive online training and educational resources that explain:
How to understand and assess your workplace health risk
Ways to properly store and wear personal protective equipment
Proven strategies for limiting the spread of illness
Get informed and take control today to protect your co-workers, families, and friends from the infectious diseases of today and tomorrow.