COVID-19

CDC guidelines for the office

Whether you’re in the midst of transitioning your remote workforce back to the workplace, or you’re an essential business that has continued operations throughout the pandemic, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers a wealth of resources to ensure you’re providing a safe and comfortable workplace for your employees.

Below we’ve outlined some of the top resources for you to bookmark as you continue to manage your business throughout COVID-19.

For businesses currently developing a reopening plan

If you are still working on your office reopening plan, these resources are a good starting point to ensure your plan is inline with current CDC recommendations.

  • Resuming business toolkit -- This is a great starting resource to reference if you’re just beginning to plan your workplace reopening. It includes restart readiness checklist to ensure workplace safety, a worker protection tool to reduce transmission among employees working onsite, and an infographic you can print and hang in your workplace to remind employees of new office requirements such as social distancing policies and cleanliness recommendations

For essential businesses that have remained open

Even if you have continued operations throughout the pandemic, it’s a good practice to review current CDC recommendations every other month to ensure you’re providing a safe and comfortable workplace. 

  • Industry-specific guidelines -- Guidance, fact sheets, and tools for many industries and occupations including manufacturing, food services, and transportation and delivery


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Scoop’s workplace planner tool takes the uncertainty out of bringing employees back together during COVID-19 by building employee confidence through shared health and safety guidelines, reducing operational risks, and enabling contact tracing should an outbreak occur.

Complete the form below and our team will schedule time with you to show you how Scoop’s workplace planner can help you reopen your workplace.


Katie Kerr

Katie Kerr is a Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Scoop. In her spare time, you can find her hiking with her dog in parks throughout the SF Bay Area.