The Washington Post Turns to Workplace Safety Co-Chair for Insights on CDC Reopening Guidelines
In an interview with The Washington Post, Workplace Safety Co-Chair Travis Vance comments on the guidance for employers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on safely reopening workplaces under the continued threat of COVID-19. The article describes the struggles that many companies face when trying to adhere to the latest CDC guidance, and it also describes how implementing safety measures will have a major impact on the physical and cultural aspects of all workplaces. Travis notes that this is going to be tough adjustment for the business world because “[a] lot of companies have never had hazards that they knew of, so they didn’t pay attention to OSHA regulations before, [but] now every workplace is a hazardous environment.”
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