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COVID-19 Response & Preparedness Plan

May 26, 2020

Updated June 8, 2020 with new regulations outlined for the following industries: Barbering, Cosmetology & Personal Services, Sports & Entertainment Venues, and Fitness & Sports Facilities.

In a recent Executive Order, Governor Whitmer laid out regulations for employers to provide a comprehensive written COVID-19 Response & Preparedness Plan.

All businesses or operations that are permitted to require their employees to leave the homes or residences for work under Executive Order 2020-114, and any order that follows it, must, at a minimum:

Develop a COVID-19 preparedness and response plan, consistent with recommendations in Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19, developed by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration.

By June 1, 2020, or within two weeks of resuming in-person activities, whichever is later, a business’s or operation’s plan must be made readily available to employees, labor unions, and customers, whether via website, internal network, or by hard copy.

Download your copy here. If you have any questions, email sbam@sbam.org

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