Commit to C.A.R.E.

Together, we can make our workplaces and communities safer from infectious diseases in the built space

Keeping each other safe is not complicated

Just mind the 4 Ds, get vaccinated, and get tested when in doubt.

By minding the 4 Ds – density, duration, distance, and dilution – you can keep yourself and others safe.


Knowledge is power. Get informed, take control, and commit to doing more to protect your co-workers, families, and friends from the infectious diseases of today and tomorrow.

We have been fighting infectious diseases for centuries. Pandemics and public health emergencies remind us that there is always more we can do to protect our organizations, communities, and families.

Commit To C.A.R.E. is the place to learn how to make built spaces safer from infectious diseases.


We designed the Commit to CARE resources to help you perform your own risk assessment.

The Commit to CARE campaign was designed to create a common understanding of the issues across the workforce – from frontline to remote workers as we all need to understand and prevent exposure.

This broad and easily digestible education hub can level the playing field of understanding regarding practices to protect those at a higher risk of exposure to infectious diseases

The content includes:

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Risk determination

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Workforce training

Including risk assessment, PPE, and ventilation

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Assessing and improving building ventilation

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Developing vaccination and testing policies.

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Identifying and contacting

The appropriate expertise to support the OSHA ETS program

The resources go one step further by targeting the content specifically to the healthcare and long-term care industries.

SARS-CoV-2 Exposure Assessment Tool

Get access to the BETA SARS-CoV-2 Exposure Assessment Tool.


This simple-to-use tool, released as a Beta version, allows users to estimate a group-wide relative exposure to SARS-COV-2 associated with various activities.