MD Chamber of Commerce Introduces Safe Workplace: Best Practices and Baselines for Reopening Maryland

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For immediate release:
April 28, 2020
Contact: Erin Montgomery
(410) 269-0642
emontgomery@mdchamber.org

MD Chamber of Commerce Introduces Safe Workplace: Best Practices and Baselines for Reopening Maryland

ANNAPOLIS, MD – Today the Maryland Chamber of Commerce unveiled Safe Workplace: Best Practices and Baselines for Reopening Maryland, a set of guidelines for employers as they begin to think about reopening in a safe and responsible way in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The rollout of MDCC’s best practices comes on the heels of Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery, Governor Larry Hogan’s plan to gradually and responsibly get our economy moving again, announced last Friday.

“We are grateful to Governor Larry Hogan for his steadfast leadership and to the Maryland Department of Commerce for engaging the business community in providing input on how to safely return to work,” said Christine Ross, president and CEO of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce. “We are pleased to be a part of that effort and to introduce Safe Workplace: Best Practices and Baselines for Reopening Maryland, a product of the hard work and expertise of the Maryland Chamber’s COVID-19 Working Group. We will continue to advocate for our membership as we move into future phases of the economic recovery process, and we hope our guidelines will serve as a beneficial starting point for these discussions.”

To access Safe Workplace: Best Practices and Baselines for Reopening Maryland, please download below or go to the Maryland Chamber’s COVID-19 resource page.

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To learn more about the Maryland Chamber of Commerce, Maryland’s only statewide business advocacy organization, please click here.


Click here to view up-to-the-minute COVID-19 resources on the Maryland Chamber of Commerce’s COVID-19 resources page.

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