Viral Illness & Flu Epidemic Preparedness Checklist
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DescriptionThis checklist helps you assess your preparedness for widespread illnesses, such as viral respiratory infections like coronavirus/COVID-19 or the flu. Edit this template according to your situation.
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JurisdictionUSA Federal OSHA
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Publish Date03/01/2020
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NameViral Illness & Flu Epidemic Preparedness Checklist
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Item NumberQuestionYesNoN/AObservations
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1Do you have adequate clean hand-washing facilities equipped with soap and touch-free waste bins?
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2Where you cannot provide hand-washing facilities, have you supplied alcohol-based hand sanitizer?
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3Do you provide tissues and encourage employees to wash hands following use? (This can be done during a safety meeting, with a poster, etc.)
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4Do you remind staff not to share cups, glasses, dishes and cutlery? Are dishes washed in soap and water immediately after use?
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5Have you removed or do you regularly disinfect commonly touched items, such as waiting room magazines, water coolers, etc.?
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6Have you trained employees in proper handwashing procedure?
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7Have you trained employees how to protect themselves from illness while at work? (Wash hands, avoid close contact, avoid touching others' personal items, etc.)
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8Have you instructed employees what to do if someone close to them falls ill? (Assign one primary caregiver and isolate the individual.)
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9Have you instructed employees what to do if they begin to feel ill? (Stay at home and seek medical care if symptoms are severe.)
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10Are your ventilation systems working properly?
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11Do you have a contingency plan for continuing services in the case of an outbreak?
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12Do you have a contingency plan coordinator? (Write their name in Observations)
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13Have you clearly communicated your remote / work-from-home policy?
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14Have you instructed employees on how to manage absences from work over 5 days?
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15Have you planned how you will protect temporary or contingency personnel from infection?
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16Do you have a company infection control plan?
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17Do you have an infection control plan coordinator? (Write their name in Observations)
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18Are your staff with janitorial duties included in your plan and protected through control and prevention measures?
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19If you provide transportation or housing for employees, have you included prevention and isolation measures in your control plan?
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20Have you allocated funds for your infection control supplies and plan?
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