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To stay up-to-date on the lates COVID-19 and other health resources, visit oumedicine.com/healthhub and sign up for OU Medicine’s blog. A follow-up email will be sent with a link to the entire Back-to-Work toolkit below. Businesses that want to inquire about physician expertise can email healthmatters@oumedicine.com.

OU Medicine as a healthcare enterprise is committed to reducing the risk of the spread of COVID-19 through proactive planning, prevention, and education. As part of this mission, we have developed public health resource toolkits. Please feel free to use these assets within your organization, business or community.

Workplace Safety Toolkit

As more people return to their traditional workplace environments after the surge of the COVID-19 pandemic, OU Medicine is offering guidance and a Back-to-Work Toolkit to assist businesses as their employees enter a “new normal.” OU Medicine’s Back-to-Work Toolkit contains a variety of evidence-based resources to keep employees as safe as possible from infection with the virus.

General Workplace Recommendations

  • Practice physical distancing, including limiting the number of people in elevators.
  • Wear face masks at all times unless seated with appropriate physical distance from others.
  • Wash hands frequently and thoroughly, or use hand sanitizer.
  • Clean and sanitize surfaces regularly, including door handles, light switches and other high-touch surfaces.
  • Stay home and call a medical professional if you’re sick.
  • For shared spaces, such as break rooms and conference rooms, advice includes:

    • Wear masks while in shared spaces.
    • Consider staggering employee shifts to reduce the number of people sharing common areas.
    • Create a central location for food or other vendor deliveries.
    • Keep plenty of hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes and other cleaning products on hand.

Workplace COVID-19 Safety PDF

Meeting Safely

  • Hold virtual meetings if possible.
  • Meetings should have 10 or fewer people physically present.
  • Make sure the room is well-ventilated.
  • Remind employees to avoid shaking hands.
  • For in-person meetings, keep a record of the names and contact information of all participants for at least one month. If a participant becomes ill with COVID-19, this will help public health authorities trace people who may have been exposed.

Safe Meetings (PDF)

Public Health Toolkit

The items and resources below can be used as general guidance and for informational purposes related to public health.

Risk Levels (PDF)
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