How UPS is responding to the Coronavirus

How UPS is responding to the Coronavirus

UPS is closely monitoring the impact of the Coronavirus and we want to make sure you are kept up-to-date on what they are doing to keep members and customers like you safe while continuing to deliver around the world.

Here’s what we know and what you can expect:

  • Compliance with all government regulations and health safety guidelines related to the containment of COVID-19.
  • Many people are asking the same question: is it safe to receive and handle a shipment? The World Health Organization (WHO) and U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has stated that the likelihood of catching the COVID-19 virus by touching cardboard or other shipping containers is low.
  • If you prefer that your UPS driver does not deliver packages to your premises, you can arrange for your packages to be held for pickup at your local customer center for 2 weeks. When you wish to resume delivery to your business, you can request that to happen at the same UPS customer service counter you visit to pick up packages.

For more details and updates, please visit: http://bit.ly/UPS_Updates

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Coronavirus: Info and Updates

Michigan's Construction Industry Returns to Work

Updated September 9, 2020

Under the current Executive Order order, construction sites must adopt a set of best practices to protect their workers from infection. Those practices include:

  • Designating a site supervisor to enforce COVID-19 control strategies.
  • Conducting daily health screenings for workers, including temperature checks.
  • Creating dedicated entry points, if possible, or issuing stickers or other indicators to assure that all workers are screened every day.
  • Identifying choke points and high-risk areas (like hallways, hoists and elevators, break areas, water stations, and buses) and controlling them to enable social distancing.
  • Ensuring sufficient hand-washing or hand-sanitizing stations at the worksite.

Click here for MIOSHA Return to Work Resources

Click here for OSHA Control and Prevention for Construction

Click here for CAM Members assisting with Return to Work

Click here to register for a November 20th Webinar – “OSHA Requires Employers to Provide Safe Workplaces: What Does that Mean Now to the Construction Industry?”

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Members Serving Members

CAM has assembled a list of CAM members providing information, supplies, and resources available to assist your safe return to work.  Click the image above to access our Members Serving Members page.

Resources

Return to Work Toolkit

Policies, Procedures, and Training

Training

Prepare the Workplace

Daily Screenings

To meet health screening requirements, CAM member SPARK Business Works has created a digital screening tool that requires no app to download:

www.easysafetyforms.com/p/cam

CAM Member Field Tools has also created a health screening tool.

Clean & Sanitize Tools

On-Demand Webinars

State of Michigan Health and Human Services Recommendations

Information about this outbreak is changing rapidly. You can stay informed by regularly visiting Michigan.gov/Coronavirus and CDC.gov/Coronavirus.

Resources for Employers

On April 23, Congress approved additional funding for the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which offers forgivable small business loans to cover up to eight weeks of payroll and other costs such as rent and utilities. The loans are primarily available to companies with up to 500 employees. We strongly encourage you to apply now with your lending institution as applications are likely to be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Small Business Assistance

State of Michigan / Unemployment

Tax / Financial / HR Information

Legal Resources

Resources for CAM Members

Precautions at the Construction Association of Michigan

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All CAM employees have returned to the Bloomfield Hills office, effective June 15, 2020. In compliance with the latest Executive Order, non-essential visitors are not permitted to enter the building. As previously announced, the 334 S. Water Street office located in Saginaw is closed permanently.

Future CAM events, classes, and meetings are being evaluated on a case-by-case basis and our team is working to notify affected parties as soon as possible. Click here for upcoming events.