Require one-week isolation (then another week with mask) when traveling outside of OH/IN since 3/16 Masks available for new hires/trainers and those who have recovered from sickness
Finalize marking of six-foot distances (to support our requirement) in manufacturing with orange tape
Health Department calls to verify that we are essential and reinforce health measures InSource sends letter outlining the portions of the Ohio Health Order that apply to InSource as well as declarations from customers
Remove health plan penalties for less than 36-hour work weeks Paid time off not required to meet 40-hour schedule Post Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) information from Department of Labor
Sign health plan amendment to cover COVID-19 testing/treatment
Meet with all employees (at six-foot distances) and start taking temperatures Explain that InSource is an Essential Business (using language in Ohio Health Order) and will stay open as requested by the State of Ohio Require six-foot distances while working Must be fever-free for 72 hours Explain Ohio unemployment expansion
Meet with all employees and encourage to be smart and don’t panic Encourage six-foot distances and hand washing Start daily disinfecting air filters, deep cleaning of bathrooms
Shaking off the Apathy It was 2017 and health care costs were becoming a real menace. After five years averaging 10% annual increase in the cost of health care, we could no longer act like it was someone else’s job to manage. Health care costs had grown to be our third largest expense and we …
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