SBCA has gathered numerous resources and materials for employers regarding COVID-19 and arranged them on this page in four general categories: Business Operations, Webinars, Additional Resources (not created by SBCA) and Additional Articles.
- Summary of State Executive order Impacts on CMs
- Important Update to the DHS CISA ‘Essential Worker’ Memo
- NAHB Interactive Map Shows Which States Are Open or Closed for Business
- NACO's Interactive Map Showing County Declarations and Orders
- Contagious Disease Control Policy And Procedures Template
- Guidance & FAQs for Employers Regarding the COVID-19 Coronavirus
- Pro Forma Income Statement With Sensitivity Analysis
- Families First Coronavirus Response (FFCR) Act Paid Leave Resources
- How the CARES Act Will Impact Your Business
- Poster: Print and Post This Updated DOL Leave Guidance
- Printable Chart: Cold/Flu/COVID-19 Symptom Comparison
- Best Practices for Reducing COVID-19 Spread in the Plant
- Guidance And FAQs For CMs Regarding The Covid-19 Coronavirus (Part 1)
- Member-Only Webinar: SBCA Legal Counsel Gives Covid-19 Follow-Up (Part 2)
- Member-Only Webinar: SBCA Legal Counsel Gives Covid-19 Follow-Up (Part 3)
- Daily Update: COVID-19 Coronavirus Data
- OSHA COVID-19 web page
- CDC Issues New Guidance to Slow Spread of COVID-19
- Centers for Disease Control & Prevention: What's New
- Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for Coronavirus
- Guidance Highlights for Events and Mass Gatherings
- Worldometer Statistics on Coronavirus
- Cleaning of Tools to Prevent COVID-19
- Infographic: How Long Does COVID-19 Last on Surfaces?
Have You Taken the COVID-19 Survey This Week?
If not, please follow the link below to the survey. SBC Magazine wants to track the direct effect the COVID-19 Coronavirus is having on the component manufacturing industry to better understand how CMs are being impacted and how they are responding to the spread of the virus.
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses including those that result in diseases called Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). This new strain of SARS was first reported in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The official name is Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and causes coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
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