Resources to help employers and employees stay safe and well during this pandemic.
Coronavirus 2019 presents a set of unique challenges for all workers. We've compiled a list of evidence-based resources to support both employers and their teams during this difficult time. For additional support, please contact us.
Join Health Links™ for our weekly town hall meetings on the latest COVID-19 information and resources for affected employers and individuals.
OSHA's COVID-19 Overview This webpage provides information for workers and employers about the evolving coronavirus outbreak. The information includes links to
interim guidance and other resources for preventing exposures to, and infection with, the novel coronavirus—now officially named COVID-19.
Resuming Business Toolkit The Resuming Business Toolkit is designed to assist employers in slowing
the spread of COVID-19  and lowering the impact in their workplace when reintegrating employees into non-healthcare business settings.
A Safe and Just Return to Work This report presents recommendations for safe working conditions for essential workers who
are still on the job during the COVID-19 pandemic, and also for those who may return to work in the coming weeks and months.
Eastomeric Respirators for U.S. Healthcare Delivery This webinar provides an overview of respiratory protection and
guidance surrounding supply shortages. This webinar also provides information on infection prevention measures, strategies for optimizing the supply of N95 respirators, and a broad overview of the use of elastomeric respirators in healthcare.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Burn Rate Calculator Resource for helping healthcare
facilities plan and optimize the use of PPE for response to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)—help healthcare and non-healthcare systems, such as correctional facilities, track how quickly PPE will be used at those facilities.
American Public Health Association Provides videos with easy to understand info on disease prevention. Also provides additional COVID-19 information and resources primarily from the CDC, WHO, and academia.