The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) has issued COVID-19 workplace guidelines for employers and employees, and has created a hotline to answer guideline questions. Call (855) SAFEC19 or (855) 723-3219 to have your questions answered.
MIOSHA has also issued “COVID-19 Emergency Rules” for workplace safety. These can be accessed here.
MDHHS Epidemic Orders
“Michigan law imposes on MDHHS a duty to continually and diligently endeavor to “prevent disease, prolong life, and promote public health,” and gives the Department “general supervision of the interests of health and life of people of this state.” MCL 333.2221. MDHHS may “[e]xercise authority and promulgate rules to safeguard properly the public health; to prevent the spread of diseases and the existence of sources of contamination; and to implement and carry out the powers and duties vested by law in the department.” MCL 333.2226(d).”
MCL 33.2221: http://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(pqi1jk2jqq3ne2w5xn4fryms))/mileg.aspx?page=getobject&objectname=mcl-333-2221
MCL 333.2226: http://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(pqi1jk2jqq3ne2w5xn4fryms))/mileg.aspx?page=GetObject&objectname=mcl-333-2226
This toolkit combines guidance from the current Executive Orders, employee screening procedures and materials, cleaning guidance, and signage for your facility. [8/12/2020 update]
Additional toolkit information:
COVID-19 Education Materials
The Pure Michigan Business Connect program, through the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, has created a portal designed to support the personal protective equipment (PPE) needs of businesses as they begin to re-open. The portal can be accessed at www.michiganbusiness.org/ppe and is open to all companies, no matter the size, and is available for all levels of PPE demand.
COVID-19 Educational Materials
Guidance on Cloth Face Coverings (Making Your Own) (CDC)
Information for Migrant Workers
CDC Reopening Guidance
Ensuring the safety of your building’s water system is critical after prolonged shutdowns. The following tools will help you build a water management plan and ensure your building continues to be safe for workers and the public.
Developing a Water Management Program to Reduce Legionella Growth & Spread in Buildings
Identifying Buildings at Increased Risk for Legionella Growth and Spread
Guidance for Reopening Buildings After Prolonged Shutdown or Reduced Operation: Ensure the safety of your occupants and building water system and devices: guidance for mold awareness, monitoring, and remediation, and legionella guidance.
Preventing Occupational Exposure to Legionella
Considerations for Hotel Owners and Managers
Operating Public Hot Tubs/Spas (view the “Operating Public Hot Tubs” fact-sheet here)
Considerations for Healthcare Facilities
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Maintaining or Restoring Water Quality in Buildings with Low or No Use
Checklist: Restoring Water Quality in Buildings for Reopening
Flushing Plumbing & NSF 53 Point-of-Use Filters
For PUR Point-of-Use Filters: English, Español
For BRITA Point-of-Use Filters: English, Español
Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA)
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Nursing Home Reopening Recommendations for State and Local Officials
Michigan COVID-19 Business Response Center
Construction: May 7th
Manufacturing: May 11th
Other Industry Practices
Reopening planning guidance from the Michigan Economic Recovery Council (MERC) for other industries
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
Reopening Guidance (Outlined within FAQ’s)
Develop a Pandemic Preparedness Plan