Restart NYC Safely

Restart NYC Safely

Safety Protocols to Reopen Your Office-Based Business in NYC

Download the  Safety Protocols Resource List  to get started!

 

As NYC enters Phase 2 on Monday, June 22, there is a new normal that we will all have to prepare for to try to mitigate the risk to our employees, and consumers as we resume business operations.

The NYS Department of Health (DOH) has issued guidelines that each business and industry must have a plan to address risks to employees, make the physical workspace safer, and implement processes to lower the risk of infection in the business. It is a requirement in order to legally reopen, all businesses must develop a Site Safety Plan, read the New York State Guidelines and affirm compliance. The city has also affirmed that it is aggressively enforcing new state-outlined workplace safety measures, as inspectors may visit businesses to promote compliance. 

We are leaders in the field of public safety education, and experienced in safety measures and mitigating risks.  Our Safety Protocols training is designed for office-based businesses, such as professional services, nonprofits, technology, and other administrative support work. Our program will help guide you through the necessary safety protocols and provide you with the resources on recommended practices from federal, state and city agencies on what you need to know and do before returning to the office. Here are some of the benefits of our program:

  • Easy to follow visual guide
  • Short, digestible modules
  • Practical built-in scenarios on what to do
  • Self-paced
  • Certificate of Completion
     

Reserve your spot now to get back to business. We will help you understand the recommended practices so you can apply them to your business.*

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Tuition: $99

For more information or group pricing for your company, email professionalstudies@jjay.cuny.edu.

*By registering and/or participating in the program, you acknowledge that:

Under no circumstances will the University be liable for damages of any kind, whether direct, indirect, special, incidental, consequential or punitive, arising in any way out of the provision of this program.