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With businesses reopening, and wanting to stay open, there is a lot of work that needs to be done to ensure COVID-19 compliance. With everything you need to do to run your business, who has time to spend hours and hours reading OSHA and CDC requirements, much less create a written plan? That's where award-winning attorney, Marla A. Linderman of Linderman Law PLLC, comes in and makes your job easy with our COVID-19 Plan Template And Forms Guides.
1. A written plan is the best practice to ensure that everyone is on the same page. Two plans are available based on OSHA and CDC requirements and guidelines. The National COVID-19 Plan is based solely on OSHA and CDC standards. The Michigan COVID-19 Plan, is Michigan-based, which requires both a written plan and mandatory OSHA and CDC compliance, with high fines for failing to meet the standards. Whether your state requires a written plan or not, a written plan is the best practice.
2. Training is essential. Everyone needs to work together to make the plan work and training is essential to ensure that your business runs smoothly and safely. Training also lets your employees know that you care about their safety. Check out your state's training requirements regarding COVID-19 Plans; many states, like Michigan, require training on COVID-19 plans and procedures. Both plans have training guides and fillable forms to help you document the training.
3. Record-keeping keeps the lawyers away. Some record-keeping is required by law--others are just best practices. Both plans give you pdf-fillable forms to make it easier to get the job done.
4. When you don't plan, you pay. That's Murphy's Law. Businesses need to plan on how to handle confirmed exposure to minimize the strain on their business. And if OSHA comes knocking, you could be paying up to $13,494.00 per fine.
Let Linderman Law PLLC make your life easier with our COVID-19 Plan Template And Forms Guide.
We've done the work for you, so you can get back to work.