Reopening guidance from US and international agencies CDC COVID-19 Critical Infrastructure Response Plan during Reopening Phase I This guidance specific to critical infrastructure workers can help employers prevent or slow the spread of COVID-19 in their workplaces and continue their essential business functions.  World Health Organization (WHO) Guidance for Schools, Workplaces and Institutions This resource offers guidance on food safety, accommodations, prisons, schools, workplaces, and long-term care. International Labor Organization (ILO) Prevention and Mitigation of COVID-19 at Work Action Checklist This tool offers a simple and collaborative approach to assess COVID-19 risks in order to take measures to protect the safety and health of workers. American Industrial Hygienist Association (AIHA) Back to Work SafelyThese guidelines were developed for smaller business that don’t have readily available occupational health and safety resources. It offers specific, easy-to-follow, science-based recommendations for limiting the transmission of the Coronavirus. CDC Reopening Guidance for Cleaning, and Disinfecting Public Spaces, Workplaces, Businesses, Schools, and Homes This guidance is intended for everyone who own a business, run a school, or want to ensure the cleanliness and safety of their home. A short cleaning and disinfecting decision tool is also available for download. Reopening tools from Total Worker Health Centers Harvard School of Public Health “WISH” Assessment Tool for Essential Workplaces This assessment tool provides managers with specific guidance in creating supportive and safe work environment for those who are considered essential workers. Total Worker Health Employer Guide: COVID-19 Edition This new tool was developed by the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, in collaboration with  the St. Louis Area Business Health Coalition (BHC), the Nebraska Safety Council, and the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. It offers best practices and resources to support employee well-being, address remote and essential worker hazards, and plan for return-to-work strategies during the pandemic. ​An introductory webinar for the new tool is also available.