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Updated: Apr 8, 2023

The pandemic has brought about unprecedented changes in the way we live and work. For many businesses, the pandemic has resulted in a shift towards remote work and virtual meetings. However, as the world begins to reopen and recover, companies are starting to return to more traditional modes of operation. This means that contractors may once again be called upon to perform work on-site, and it's important to be prepared for the changes that come with working in a post-COVID world.

Here are some tips for contractors to consider as they work in a post-COVID environment:

Maintain Proper Hygiene: It's important to follow best practices for hygiene, such as wearing masks, washing your hands frequently, and avoiding close contact with others. This will help reduce the risk of spreading the virus and keep everyone safe.

Follow Social Distancing Guidelines: Make sure to maintain at least 6 feet of distance from others while on the job. This includes coworkers, clients, and other contractors.

Adhere to New Safety Protocols: Many businesses have implemented new safety protocols, such as increased cleaning and disinfection procedures, to help prevent the spread of the virus. Make sure to follow these protocols and take any necessary precautions to keep yourself and others safe.

Be Prepared for Changes: Be prepared for changes in the way work is conducted, such as virtual meetings and remote work. Companies may also implement new procedures for accessing job sites, such as temperature screenings and health questionnaires.

Stay Informed: Stay informed about the latest developments and guidelines related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This will help you make informed decisions about your work and keep yourself and others safe.

Working with a contractor in a post-COVID world requires a new level of awareness and preparedness. By following best practices for hygiene, adhering to social distancing guidelines, and being prepared for changes, you can help keep yourself and others safe while also performing your work effectively. Stay informed and stay safe!

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