COVID-19 Resources for States and Municipalities
COVID fatigue is driving many to disregard protective measures such as social distancing, wearing masks and limiting group size. This burnout can be dangerous. Another wave of infection, coupled with cooler weather, is leading many states to wonder what is next.
The issue is not just regional – it is national, with almost all U.S. states seeing a rise in cases after experiencing lows earlier in the year. Spreading is taking place in rural communities, not just urban cities on the coasts. Residents are being told to hunker down – because winter is coming. Transmission is likely to be aided by cooler weather. Not only do people spend more time indoors, but dry indoor environments are more hospitable to the spread of viruses.
States and municipalities are eager to return to normal, but a rise in cases around the country right now has everyone on alert.
NSF is Here to Help
NSF fills in-demand and time-sensitive resource gaps for state and local agencies with cost-controlled, qualified and trained auditors and consultants to educate business operators and assess business compliance to COVID-19 workplace safety rules.
NSF has over 75 years of public health, hygiene and infection control experience, and a strong heritage in health and environmental science. We understand how to manage the transmission of infectious disease and we can now bring this expertise to new sectors and businesses that need our support.
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News and Events
Michigan’s COVID-19 Workplace Safety Ambassador Program Expands to Cover Child Care Centers
February 15, 2021
Workplace Safety Collaboration Helps Small Business Owners Navigate COVID-19 Risks
February 5, 2021
State of Michigan Announces Collaboration With NSF to Minimize COVID-19 Risks in Workplaces
November 18, 2020
NSF Offers Free COVID-19 Online Training Series: Pandemic Response Fundamentals
November 11, 2020