Safety Best Practices
Best practices for Maryland’s companies reopening in correlation with the COVID-19 outbreak
As the state gets back to business, our business owners are urged to continue to put people first. This means adhering to best practices that ensure the safety of your workers and customers alike. Through our collective efforts, Maryland’s business community will play a critical role in protecting our citizens and preventing another surge of COVID-19 infections. Leaders across Maryland’s business community have assisted in developing best practices to help businesses across the state as we enter this new era in business.
(For All Businesses).
Industry-Specific Best Practices:
- (applicable to barber shops and hair salons, per Governor Hogan’s executive order)
All Executive Orders still in effect must be complied with.. Additional industry best practices coming soon.
Take the Maryland Strong:
Back to Business Pledge
Maryland’s business community plays a critical role in protecting our citizens and preventing another surge of COVID-19 infections. Governor Hogan is encouraging Maryland business owners to take the Maryland Strong Back to Business Pledge, and.
Responsible business owners are encouraged to take the pledge to:
- Create an environment that allows for physical distancing between individuals (6 feet is recommended) to the extent possible.
- Ensure our place of business is routinely cleaned and encourage our employees to frequently wash their hands.
- Provide flexibility to our employees, provide training and education and clearly communicate policies and procedures.
- Reduce and disinfect as many ‘high touch surfaces’ as possible
- Additionally follow guidance provided by the CDC, the Maryland Department of Health and our own industry.