There also seems to be some lack of continuity between the Governor's Executive Orders and the Major of Providence's Executive Orders.
who is developing the app that you referenced, please
Do you have screen your employees everyday or only when their health changes
What about requirements around record keeping - some of the OSHA guidance I've seen has indicated not to do this.
What if symptoms of allergies look like COVID 19 symptoms? Can you still turn the person away even if they claim they get seasonal allergies?
Please repeat 4 posters. Thanks!
Yes, repeating the 4 posters would be great.
where do we get ppe, especially cleaning supplies?
Can you explain how we would screen people? or where can we find a description of screening people in detail and how the process would go?
the reopeningri.com site is fantastic!
Please clarify, is the checklist poster that you discussed at the beginning only for the retail industry or for all industries, i.e. posted in office complexes?
are you required to add a barrier or partition between employees desks in an open floor plan design if they are less than 6ft apart or will masks satisfy
You mentioned about what happens if there is a confirmed Covid case. It relates to closing off the “area”… I would imagine this could have building wide impacts
Is there a sense of when dog training businesses are allowed to re-open?
Is the plexi glass required at the reception desk?
I have a related question to Anita. Can a “barrier” simply be a table in front of a reception area like we see at CVS? Or must it be the plexiglass type of barrier?
RIMA is providing a PPE website to assistmanufacturers and associate businesses with theopportunity to purchase four specific items at this time.
is there a poster "that people are not allowed into the building if they displayed symptoms of Covid" or does the employer make their own poster?
If you have a small skeleton crew working now and will continue until Phase II, is the checklist required to be posted on May 11?
are you saying we can rely on emplyees to self screen before entering the facility?
Your entry signage screens individuals for COVID-19 symptoms but does not screen for exposures related to recent travel or close contact to someone diagnosed with COVID-19. Are those factors no longer critical?
Just to clarify, all of the guidance in this template carries fines/ penalties if compliance is not met, with the exceptions of the ones you listed specifically correct?
Where do you find the Providence's executive order to review against the governor's?
Are landlords of multi tenant buildings required to post any signage at the entrance of the building? Or is this guidance up to individual employers /commercial tenants within it?
Thank you so much for both webinars today. They have been very helpful.
Thank you, this has been really helpful!
This meeting will be email to use or available somewhere to review again?
Yes thank you so much
Thank you for this webinar! Very, very helpful! :)
Great thank you!!
Thank you!! Lots of great info as I had a meeting before this on reopening RI libraries!
Please do more of these - this is so helpful!
Thank you - Very helpful!