All Minnesota Businesses Must Have Preparedness Plan Starting June 29

The Governor’s office is requiring all Minnesota businesses to establish and implement a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan by Monday, June 29 per Emergency Executive Order 20-74. Each plan must provide for the business' implementation of guidance for their specific industry as well as Minnesota OSHA Standards and Minnesota Department of Health and Center for Disease Control guidelines in their workplaces. General and industry-specific Preparedness Plan guidance and templates can be found on the website here. If no specific guidance is provided, the general guidance can be used for all businesses.

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Our team at North Risk Partners will continue to monitor regulatory updates and guidance related to the COVID-19 outbreak and send you information as it becomes available. We are here to help you through this and face the risk of this virus head on, which to us is about helping you proactively control what you can control with facts and evidence-based information. Thank you for continuing to trust us with your business and doing your part to help protect our communities by controlling the spread of COVID-19.


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This regulatory update is not intended to be exhaustive nor should any discussion or opinions be construed as legal advice. Readers should contact legal counsel for legal advice.