Macomb County Business and Child Care Monitoring and Screening Recommendations, Guidance and Resources
As a result of Governor Whitmer’s recent “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order, the Macomb County Health Department strongly urges all businesses that remain open to activate daily COVID-19 monitoring and screening activities. To assist your efforts, and to promote the health and safety of, critical infrastructure businesses and childcare centers, we would like to share the following information and resources.
- CARE: Check and Record Every Day Screening Booklet – use this resource to guide your COVID-19 screening activities
- Workplace COVID-19 Screening Poster
- Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)Workplace Checklist
- Workplace Screening Data Capture Log
- Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)Childcare Checklist
- Childcare Center Screening Data Capture Log
- Guidance on Managing COVID-19 in the Workplace – includes information on what to do if an employee becomes ill or is diagnosed with COVID-19.
- Directions for Isolation, Quarantine, Monitoring, and Social Distancing
- Best Practices for grocery stores and food service establishments
Other Helpful Reminders
- Continue to support social distancing: maintain 6 feet of distance between people. Here is a helpful, reference on social distancing.
- Work remotely whenever possible.
- Do not share space or equipment. If this is not possible, have employees wash their hands before and after using shared equipment. Clean and sanitize equipment between uses.
- Any employee with cold symptoms or underlying health conditions should stay home, or only work remotely.
"Stay Home, Stay Safe" Executive Order Guidance for Businesses
See the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services website for guidance for businesses under the "Stay Home, Stay Safe" executive order (EO 2020-77), including who is allowed to leave their home for work.
The order must be construed broadly to prohibit in-person work that is not necessary to sustain or protect life. In close or doubtful cases, employers should not designate workers for in-person work.