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June 18, 2020

ACEC Releases Guide for Returning to the Office and Job Site in the Time of COVID-19

To help firms meet the challenge of safely returning to the workplace and job site while managing legal risk, the ACEC has released the first digital edition of its Guide to Returning to the Office and the Job Site in the Time of COVID-19.

“There is significant uncertainty and apprehension when it comes to reopening an office during this pandemic,” said ACEC President & CEO Linda Bauer Darr. “We are in uncharted waters for firm leaders who want to reopen their doors and get out to meet with clients at job sites. This guide is aimed at answering some of those questions so the industry can get back to work safely.”

The Guide is divided into five sections: (1) Planning the Return; (2) Health Policy and Procedures; (3) Returning to the Office; (4) Returning to the Job Site; and (5) links to additional COVID-19 resources. It incorporates information from a number of sources, including the CDC, OSHA, FDA, private sector organizations both in and outside the engineering industry, and legal counsel.

Due to the ever-changing nature of the coronavirus pandemic, the Guide will be updated, as needed to provide the most accurate and up-to-date information possible for firm leaders and their administrative staff.

The Guide can be downloaded for free on the ACEC Coronavirus Resource Page.

All comments to blog posts will be moderated by ACEC staff.

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