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Safety in the workplace

Safe Work Practices Safe work practices are types of administrative controls that include procedures for safe and proper work used to reduce the duration, frequency, or intensity of exposure to a hazard. Examples of safe work practices for SARS-CoV-2 include:

 

■ Providing resources and a work environment that promotes personal hygiene. For example, provide tissues, no-touch trash cans, hand soap, alcohol-based hand rubs containing at least 60 percent alcohol, disinfectants, and disposable towels for workers to clean their work surfaces.

 

■ Requiring regular hand washing or using of alcohol-based hand rubs. Workers should always wash hands when they are visibly soiled and after removing any PPE.

 

■ Post handwashing signs in restrooms. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) While engineering and administrative controls are considered more effective in minimizing exposure to SARS-CoV-2, PPE may also be needed to prevent certain exposures. While correctly using PPE can help prevent some exposures, it should not take the place of other prevention strategies. Examples of PPE include: gloves, goggles, face shields, face masks, and respiratory protection, when appropriate. During an outbreak of an infectious disease, such as COVID-19, recommendations for PPE specific to occupations or job tasks may change depending on geographic location, updated risk assessments for workers, and information on PPE effectiveness in preventing the spread of COVID-19. Employers should check the OSHA and CDC websites regularly for updates about recommended PPE.

 

All types of PPE must be:

■ Selected based upon the hazard to the worker.

■ Properly fitted and periodically refitted, as applicable (e.g., respirators). GUIDANCE ON PREPARING WORKPLACES FOR COVID-19 1 5

■ Consistently and properly worn when required.

■ Regularly inspected, maintained, and replaced, as necessary.

■ Properly removed, cleaned, and stored or disposed of, as applicable, to avoid contamination of self, others, or the environment. Employers are obligated to provide their workers with PPE needed to keep them safe while performing their jobs. The types of PPE required during a COVID-19 outbreak will be based on the risk of being infected with SARS-CoV-2 while working and job tasks that may lead to exposure. Workers, including those who work within 6 feet of patients known to be, or suspected of being, infected with SARS-CoV-2 and those performing aerosol-generating procedures, need to use respirators.

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Type of Trucks

Dry Vans

Reefers

Box Truck

Straight Truck

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Tankers

Endorsements

Doubles

Triples

Hazmat

Routes

Local

Regional

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Freight

Touch Freight

No Touch Freight

Compensation

Hourly

Percentage of Load

Cent Per Mile

Trip Bonus

Layover Pay

Combinations

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