How to Protect first responders from the Spread of Covid-19

paramedic wearing a face mask

After the impact of COVID-19 on our society, it has become evident that one of the industries whose workers are most affected is first responders. First responders are tired, both physically and mentally. The pandemic has brought them prolonged levels of high stress and excessive emotional tension – both on and off-duty. Adding to that,…

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How to Protect teachers and educators from the Spread of Covid-19

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It’s not a surprise that one of our society’s most affected industrial sectors is the education sector. Despite the 2020-21 academic year ending better than years before thanks to ventilation efforts, outside graduation, and vaccines, it was still one of the most challenging years educators ever experienced. COVID-19 has highlighted the education industry’s preexisting opportunity…

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How to Protect Agriculture Workers from the Spread of Covid-19

three construction workers looking at the camera wearing face masks

The construction industry has been significantly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic while being challenged to improve its workforce safety and well-being. Since COVID-19 started, there have been labor shortages due to the work disruptions that developed by following constraints put in place to mitigate the spread of the virus. In addition, there is a shortage…

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Interview with J. Frederick: COVID-19 and vulnerable workers

two workers undergoing OSHA covid training to keep covid-19 health and safety protocols

Since COVID-19 started, we have been looking for the right resources and standards to navigate our experience in the world safely. All over the world, people are looking to crucial stakeholders to regulate and guide the process through this pandemic. The rulemaking process in the U.S. is one of the most crucial processes to ensure…

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How To Improve Indoor Air Quality – An OSTP Discussion on COVID


The Biden-Harris Administration identified improved indoor air quality as an essential tool to fight the spread of airborne diseases in the American Pandemic Preparedness Plan last September – and the National COVID-19 Preparedness Plan prioritized it again earlier this month. As part of the efforts, on March 29th, 2022, clean air experts gathered at an…

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