Many jurisdictions are taking extra steps to lessen the impact of the coronavirus through new postings and orders from government agencies. The GovDocs Employment Law and Compliance team is compiling these measures. Please check back for further updates.
Executive Order 2020-42 – Requires businesses and operations remaining open to adopt social distancing practices and other mitigation measures to protect workers and patrons. This order is in effect through April 30, 2020. A copy of the order can be found online.
Oakland County – Public Health Order (2020-07). Requiring screening and social distancing measures at open businesses and operations subject to the Governors Executive Order 2020-21. The order identifies precautions that businesses and operations remaining open must take, which include developing a daily screening criteria for staff, requiring use of facial coverings under CDC guidance in essential businesses where social distancing measures are not possible, and businesses must publish the order at the entrance of the facility and to members of the public at large by all reasonable means. The order is in effect and remains in effect until the expiration of Michigan Emergency Order 2020-42. Find the order online.
Wayne County – Emergency Public Health Order #20-02 requires businesses and other entities remaining open to develop screening procedures for staff at worksites, develop and implement a social distancing plan for employees and customers and limit capacity inside facilities. This should include but not be limited to the use of signs, contact barriers, entrance limits and special hours. Businesses are also required to post a copy of the Order #20-02 at all entrances to open facilities so that it is visible to employees, customers and other persons entering the premises. Find a digital copy of the order.