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June 15th: Preparing Your Business for Full Capacity

Preparing Your Business to Reopen at Full Capacity   June 15 is right around the corner and businesses across California are preparing to reopen at full capacity. Unfortunately, because so many businesses have been operating well below capacity for so long, the potential for health hazards to enter your building has greatly increased. To ensure…
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Top 5 Hazards of Returning to Class

School is back in session! In California, schools are opening and students and teachers will return to campuses. While we are all eager to get kids back in the classroom, reoccupying these rooms after an extended period of closure requires some careful planning. With returning to campus come concerns by many parents, teachers and staff…
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Preparing Your Production for COVID Compliance

At the start of 2020, many networks were abruptly forced to halt production and walk away from their projects due to COVID-19. To help ensure safety for the Entertainment Capital of the World, the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health instated a reopening protocol for music, television, and film production. This science-supported and…
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The Journey to Success

Part 2 of 3 2019, How We Grew There is a system that contributes to our consistent continuous growth; it goes something like this 1. Have a plan and go back to it often, 2. Attract talent, 3. Train up talent and give them goals, 4. Acknowledge their success in ways that matter to the…
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COVID-19 Action Plans – What Are They?

Next Steps Towards Reopening California is currently experiencing a roll back in the reopening plan due to increased COVID cases and hospitalizations. This is a great time to evaluate the effectiveness of your back to work employee and customer health and safety plan. To ensure businesses remain safe and low-risk environments for the spread of…
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Re-Opening Your Business after COVID-19

Do you have a plan? If you own a business that is experiencing the effects of the roll back you may be wondering what you can do to ensure we stay open moving forward.  What precautions and measures do I need to take to ensure my business reopens safely and most importantly, stays open safely?…
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Preparing Healthcare Facilities to Resume Surgical Care

Decontamination of intensive care units, special care units, operating rooms and other healthcare facilities used in the treatment of COVID-19 patients is a priority. To properly prepare for resuming non-essential and elective surgical care, the EPA has released the following guidelines to all healthcare facilities, specifically in Intensive Care Units (ICUs) and Surgical Care Units…
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How COVID-19 is Affecting the Food Processing Industry

With consumers rushing to stock their pantries, there has been an increase in demand for shelf-stable foods and beverages causing employees to work around the clock in the food processing industry. However, COVID-19 has made it difficult for many of these plants to remain open. Nearly 5,000 employees in the food processing industry have contracted the coronavirus, resulting in the…
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COVID-19 Exposure in Apartment Complexes

The “stay-at-home” order was implemented in the hopes of reducing COVID-19 cases in California. This encourages individuals to stay home by closing public places and non-essential stores to maximize social distancing. While individuals living in a single-family home can fully isolate themselves, those living in a multi-family, apartment complexes have a greater risk of contracting…
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Reopening Schools after COVID-19

On April 28, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom announced his four-stage plan outlining the reopening of California. As COVID-19 cases and deaths stabilize, California gets ready to transition to Stage 2 and then Stage 3 of Gov. Newsom’s plan, which would allow low-risk nonessential businesses to reopen with certain adaptations. If all goes according to plan, schools and educational…
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