Covid-19 | Return to Work Form for Construction Sites
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Read the COVID-19 construction industry guidelines for more information on how to protect workers from potential exposure and for guidance to employers, including the steps to be taken depending on the risk of exposure at work.
Reference links: (only in German)Corona protection measures on the construction site - https://www.bauindustrie.de/themen/informationen-corona/corona-schutzmassnahmen-auf-der-baustelle/Guide for employers - https://www.bauindustrie.de/media/documents/2020-03-19_LF_Corona-final.pdf
Appoint a safety coordinator responsible for COVID-19 issues and their impact on the site.
Establish policies and procedures regarding sickness, cleaning and disinfection, and work meetings and trav
Advise workers to avoid physical contact with others and instruct all persons on the site to increase personal space to at least two meters if possible. When using work trucks, all workers should maintain social distance while in the trucks.
Provide workers with disinfecting wipes and instruct them to use them to clean tools before and after use. When cleaning tools and equipment, workers should follow the manufacturers' recommendations for appropriate cleaning techniques and restrictions.
Instruct workers to put on, use, wear and remove protective clothing and equipment correctly.
Continue to apply other normal control measures, including PPE, to protect workers from other workplace hazards associated with construction activities.
Keep personal meetings (including safety meetings or work instructions) as short as possible, limit the number of workers present and use practices of social distancing.
Clean and disinfect portable construction site toilets regularly. Dispensers of hand disinfectants should be filled regularly. Frequently touched objects (i.e. door handles and toilet seats) should be disinfected.
Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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