Sedgwick is acutely aware that the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) is an escalating global health concern. In light of this, our Sedgwick pooling clients will need our support more than ever in meeting the needs of their members and employees. We are fully committed to maintaining all services critical to the welfare of our pools and we will continue to deliver preparedness and response efforts during this crisis.
The resource links below were selected to highlight relevant Sedgwick risk control website resources. In addition we have compiled important public and regulatory links to help keep our members informed during this pandemic. As always, please contact your team of JPA staff if you need clarification or additional assistance.
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On December 15, 2022, the Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board voted to adopt non-emergency COVID-19 prevention regulations. These regulations will take effect once they are approved by the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) in the month of January 2023 and will remain in effect for two years after the effective date.
We will continue to keep you abreast of any new developments. Please feel free to reach us with any questions.
Check out our safety website for program development and training resources at: https://riskcontrol.sedgwick.com/
COVID-19 – Sedgwick Safety Communication
Ergonomics, Microbreaks and Stretching
COVID-19 Prevention Plan Model (CPP)
COVID-19 Prevention Plan Model (CPP) (red-lined version)
Model COVID-19 Prevention Plan – Transit
Infectious Disease Outbreak Response Plan – Template for Public Entities
Infection Disease Outbreak Response Plan – Template for Transit Agencies
Infection Disease Outbreak Response Plan – Template for Vector Districts
Infection Disease Outbreak Response Plan – Template for Housing Authorities
ATD Exposure Control Plan for Police
ATD Exposure Control Plan for Fire
Continuity of Operations Plan – Template for Public Entities
The CDC released a set of documents designed to provide guidance on how establishments can begin the process of reopening. It is important to check with state and local health officials and other partners to determine the most appropriate actions while adjusting to meet the unique needs and circumstances of the local community.
How to Put On and Take Off an N-95 Mask
The National Clearinghouse creates training tools to aid in the development of awareness-level courses or other awareness-level materials. These tools provide health and safety guidance to workers who work in industries with the potential for exposure to COVID-19.
Information contained on this Web Site has been prepared by Sedgwick as a convenience to its users and is not intended to constitute advice or recommendations upon which a user may rely. Sedgwick has used reasonable efforts in collecting, preparing and providing quality information and material, but makes no warranty or guarantee about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained in or linked to this Web Site or any other Web Site maintained by Sedgwick. Users relying on information from this Web Site do so at their own risk.