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 OSHA 10 Steps To Reduce Coronavirus Exposure Risk PDF

The OSHA 10 Steps To Reduce Coronavirus Exposure Risk is a Health workplace posters poster.

This OSHA poster lists steps that can be taken by all workplaces to reduce the risk of Coronavirus spreading between employees.


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For more information, visit 
www.osha.gov/coronavirus	 or 	
call 1-800-321-OSHA (6742).	
1-800-321-OSHA (6742)	 	
TTY 1-877-889-5627	
OSHA 3994-04 2020	
Ten Steps All Workplaces Can Take to 
Reduce Risk of Exposure to Coronavirus
All workplaces can take the following infection prevention 
measures to protect workers:
1. 	Encourage workers to stay 
home if sick.	
2. 	Encourage respiratory 
etiquette, including 
covering coughs and 
sneezes.	
3. 	Provide a place to wash 
hands or alcohol-based 
hand rubs containing at 
least 60% alcohol.	
4. 	Limit worksite access 
to only essential workers, 
if possible.	
5. 	Establish flexible worksites 
(e.g., telecommuting) 
and flexible work hours 
(e.g., staggered shifts), 
if feasible.	
6. 	Discourage workers from 
using other workers’ 
phones, desks, or other 
work tools and equipment.	
7. 	Regularly clean and 
disinfect surfaces, 
equipment, and other 
elements of the work 
environment.	
8. 	Use Environmental 
Protection Agency (EPA)-
approved cleaning 
chemicals with label claims 
against the coronavirus.	
9. 	Follow the manufacturer’s 
instructions for use of all 
cleaning and disinfection 
products.	
10. 	Encourage workers to 
report any safety and 
health concerns.	
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URGENT: Mandatory Coronavirus Paid Leave Poster (FFCRA)

As of April 1 2020, all employers in the United States with less than 500 employees MUST display or digitally distribute a Families First Coronavirus Response Act paid leave poster.

This poster describes new laws that mandate paid leave for employees affected by the COVID-19 / Coronavirus epidemic.

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