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Maintenance and engineering managers for months have been wondering just how deeply the COVID-19 pandemic would affect the occupancy, cleaning and operations of their institutional and commercial buildings. The answer, it seems, is very deeply.
Now that buildings are reopening and owners, managers and occupants are giving more consideration to potential health and safety issues workplaces might harbor — such as potential coronavirus touchpoints in restrooms — they also are trying to determine what changes they must make to ensure occupant safety and health.
Now the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued guidance on changes to workplace materials, practices and operations that can help prevent the spread of COVID-19.0
Among the CDC’s recommendations is that managers review the CDC Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers, which provides guidelines and recommendations designed to protect their workers and clients:
Dan Hounsell is editor-in-chief of Facility Maintenance Decisions.