As you think about reopening your business, prepare your property to be safer for employees, tenants and patrons. Consider establishing and updating proper cleaning and sanitation procedures and protocols to help create a safer post-pandemic work environment.
Now is the time to take steps to prepare your small business to reopen post-COVID-19.
Returning equipment to normal operation after an extended idle period, such as following the COVID-19 pandemic, can increase the risk of equipment failure, particularly during startup.
For a real estate owner, manager or tenant, getting back to business following the COVID-19 pandemic is a priority. Here are some guidelines to consider as you begin to reopen your property.
No matter how your small business adapts to the pandemic, you may find yourself in new, uncharted territory from an operational standpoint. These safety tips can help you adapt and prepare during this unprecedented time.
Risk Control Considerations for Public Entities During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic - UK Guidance
Keeping employees safe and protecting the public, while still providing essential services, are among the many challenges public entities face during and after a pandemic.
During this unprecedented time, many businesses are beginning to close their doors to the public or shut down entirely. Here are some important things you can do to prepare.
Reopening a construction project after a shutdown can be challenging. To help prepare your site for success, develop a plan for evaluating conditions and hazards and identifying necessary controls.
Whether planned or unplanned, a construction shutdown can have a significant impact on a project’s potential for loss. The following resource offers guidance on how to maintain site safety and security during periods of inactivity.
Webinar Series - COVID-19: Risk Management Today
As your small business adapts for "business as unusual," don't forget how important it is to support the wellbeing of your employees and yourself. Here are some tips to help keep spirits up while the work still gets done.
With the current reality of more employees working from home through the pandemic, is your business ready for the implications?
Explore steps you can take to establish and manage your COVID-19 response plan to help reduce the impact on your business and the community you serve.
Explore steps to help minimize cybersecurity risks when employees work from home.
As many companies start the return-to-office process, it’s important to consider the potential impacts on cyber security. Read our bulletin on the emerging risk.
Travelers industry-leading Risk Control team provides extensive safety and risk management content, tools and education.
Travelers is monitoring developments related to COVID-19 and adapting to support the needs of our customers, brokers, employees and communities.