With an essential business designation comes a responsibility to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect your customers, employees and trade partners, and yourselves.

To help you clarify your position as an essential business, we have developed these resources:

NEW! CDC guidance for implementing safety practices if one of your employees is suspected of having COVID-19.

NEW! COVID-19 Safety Response Plan.  A sample plan you can implement in your business to keep your team safe.

NEW! Jobsite Safety Toolbox Talk.  Safety talking points for your meeting with your team.

Essential Worker Letter. Provide this letter to employees and trade partners who are performing work for you, particularly in the City of Greenville.

COVID-19 Job Site Sign. Post this sign at all of your job sites so that your employees and trades partners are reminded of safe workplace practices.

COVID-19 Business Resources. Visit this site for resources you can use in your business to weather the Coronavirus crisis.

Job Site Safety Resources. NAHB has published additional resources to help you keep your employees and trade partners safe on your job site.

Governor McMaster’s Work or Home order.

Homeland Security’s essential businesses guidance.

COVID-19 Safety Stand Aware
Join a unified, statewide effort to help educate our teams about the critical role safety and health plays during this global crisis.  Together, we can help flatten the curve and keep our teams safe.

As an industry, we have an obligation on our jobsites to ensure every individual understands the policies
and procedures to keep us safe during the COVID-19 crisis.

Please join a statewide Safety Stand Aware the week of April 13, 2020 to drive home the importance of job site safety.

Use the job site safety plan template and talking points linked above and hold a safety meeting with your entire team.