This is a list of resources we have collected to help you understand and plan for the returning to the workplace during this outbreak of Covid-19.
Last Updated: May 28, 2020
Topic: What Might Back to Work Look Like for Lake County? Date: Apr 22, 2020 01:43 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Link to Webinar Slides
New: Cleveland Clinic: Getting Back to Work Safely, Employer solutions powered by Cleveland Clinic's world-class care. The COVID-19 pandemic has entered a new phase. We've flattened the curve. People are returning to work. Now our employees want to know what comes next. Will they be safe? Has the organization changed? What can they expect from the future? Here is a flyer about this program
US Chamber of Commerce: Reopening Business Digital Resource Center As America's businesses look to reopen safely and keep employees and customers healthy and informed, employers are facing countless new questions and unprecedented new challenges. As part of our Path Forward initiative, this Digital Resources Center provides the latest state guidelines, sector-specific guidance, small business advice, and other tools and resources to help employers and employees return to work safely and successfully. We will regularly update these tools and resources as new information becomes available. You can reach this resource by clicking this link.
CRCC Mentor Updates: Along with many of our peers, we've moved to remote-accessible services with therapists and advocates over call or video chat, and all educational services are available remotely as well. Additionally, we have begun to make in-person appointments in our offices, including Mentor, for clients who are unable to meet remotely. All information is available via our hotline, where our staff can answer any questions and make appointments for therapy or advocacy. Call or text (440) 423-2020 or chat online at clevelandrapecrisis.org/chat. Here is a flyer about this program.
Additionally, I've included flyers for two new programs we're offering in the coming weeks. Please take a look and share as you see fit!
Virtual Community Partner Conversations
Join an upcoming opportunity to connect with Northeast Ohio community partners through our "Virtual Community Partner Conversations" series. I'll be on the call to share an overview and update of CRCC's services available right now, and my colleagues in Victim Advocacy and Therapeutic Services will join in to share how they're meeting the needs of our clients in a time of social distancing. We'll also take some time to connect and share struggles and solutions. Here is a flyer about this program.
Virtual Information Sessions for Survivors
We'll also host "Virtual Information Sessions for Survivors," where we invite survivors and their loved ones to anonymously join in a conversation with our staff of therapists, advocates, and educators about how we can support you in these challenging times. Intake specialists will be available to immediately speak one-on-one with survivors who have questions about services or would like to enroll. Here is a flyer about this program.
Seven Steps to Correctly Wear a Respirator at Work. Following these simple steps will help you properly put on and take off your respirator, and keep you and everyone else safe. You can download the flyer from OSHA here.
Getting Back to Work Safely: What Employers Need to Know about COVID-19. Last week, Cleveland Clinic hosted an employer webinar with health experts. The webinar took place on May 6th discussing Getting Back to Work Safely: What Employers Need to Know about COVID-19. The conversation featured Steve Gordon, MD., Chairman, Department of Infectious Diseases, and Jim Merlino, MD., Chief Clinical Transformation Officer. Please feel free to share. If you have any questions, you may reach Dr. Teresa Dews, MD, President, Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital. Video link.
Returning to Work & Resuming Operations - Self-Serve COVID-19 Website for Employers
In the last few months, all of us have been challenged in many ways – both at work and at home. Now, we are preparing for the next phase — returning to the workplace. That, too, presents challenges with changing environments, processes and behaviors. Top of mind is maintaining the health and safety of our employees and customers.
That's why Cleveland Clinic is here to help. We recently launched COVID-19 employer website:
...which offers expert insight and resources for safely returning to work and resuming operations as we continue to face COVID-19. Topics include employee well-being and resiliency, keeping everyone safe and cleaning procedures for your workplace.
For those of you who are opened and for those of you getting ready to open your business, click here for Reopening Guidance for Cleaning and Disinfecting Public Spaces, Workplaces, Businesses, Schools, and Homes from the Centers For Disease Control.