Kansas Coronavirus Notice For Workers Who Visit Homes
The Coronavirus Notice For Workers Who Visit Homes is a Kansas coronavirus notice poster provided for businesses by the Kansas Department Of Labor. This is an optional notification, so while it is recommended that businesses hang this poster if relevant to their employees, it is not required by the Department Of Labor.
Department of Healthand Environmen t COVID-19COVID-19 FOR WORKERS WHO VISIT HOMES For more information: www.kdheks.gov/coronavirus BEFORE: ASSESS THE SITUATIONBEFORE: ASSESS THE SITUATION What’s the difference in symptoms between COVID-19COVID-19, fluflu, coldscolds and allergiesallergies? At the time of scheduling a visit to a home, assess the situation by asking these questions: • Practice self care, personal hygiene and social distancing • Stay home when sick • Wash hands frequently and for at least 20 seconds • Cover coughs and sneezes (into the crook of your arm or elbow) • Quickly dispose of tissues in the trash. PREVENTION BASICSPREVENTION BASICS If the answer to any of these questions is YES or the occupant(s) prefers not to have a worker in their home, the visit should be rescheduled or, if possible, conducted virtually. (As a general rule, reschedule the visit for no earlier than 14 days). If there are no indications of risk/illness or the visit cannot be conducted virtually, proceed with the on-site visit as long as the occupant(s) are comfortable doing so. Is it essential/required for you to enter the home? If so, read about Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) . When arriving, reassess risk by asking the same questions before entering. If the answer to any question is YES, act as directed above. During the visit: • Don’t shake hands or touch others when greeting or interacting. • Wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitizer when soap and water isn’t available. • Limit unnecessary contact with surfaces/items and avoid shared use of tablets, laptops, writing utensils and cell phones. Regularly wipe down all items. • Follow the current COVID-19 guidance to protect yourself and those you come in contact with. 1. Has anyone in the home traveled within the last 14 days to/from a state or country identified as a hot spot? 2. Has anyone in the home been exposed to an individual diagnosed with COVID-19? 3. Is anyone in the home showing signs of illness including: • A fever greater than 100 degrees; • Cough; and/or • Shortness of breath. AT THE HOME: REASSESS RISKAT THE HOME: REASSESS RISK
More Kansas Labor Law Posters 15 PDFS
Minimum-Wage.org provides an additional fourteen required and optional Kansas labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print and post all required state labor law posters, as well as all of the mandatory federal labor law posters.
|Kansas Poster Name||Poster Type|
|Required Workers Compensation||Workers Compensation Law|
|Required Unemployment Insurance||Unemployment Law|
|Required Kansas Nursing Home Handwashing Poster||Food Service|
|Required If You are Sick with COVID-19||Coronavirus Notice|
|Required Family Action Plan||Coronavirus Notice|
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