COVID 19 Resources

NEW RELEASES
UPDATED COVID-19 Exposure Prevention Preparedness and Response Plan 
UPDATED Spanish COVID-19 Exposure Prevention Preparedness and Response Plan

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IRS Fact Sheet – New Credits Fund Employers for Coronavirus-Related Paid Leave (1)

COVID 19 ASAC President’s Letter
ASA COVID RESOURCE CENTER
ASA ASK Sheet – Face Mask Five Ws and H Questions | English and Spanish

COVID 19 SIGNS
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COVID 19 Handwashing Sign
COVID 19 Keeping Workplace Safe Sign
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COVID 19 Social Distancing Sign B
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COVID 19 Social Distancing Sign D
COVID 19 Stop the Spread of Germs Sign
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GENERAL INFORMATION

President Trump’s Reopening Plan
Click here for the White House’s Guidance Document Click here for the Reopen America Fact Sheet

Options for Workforce Reduction during COVID 19 
Building In A Pandemic Coronavirus Presentation
Coronavirus and Force Majeure, What Does Construction Law Say?
WEBINAR: Practical Considerations for Dealing with COVID – 19  

COLORADO INFORMATION
Colorado Department of Health and Environment Public Health Order  

AMERICAN SUBCONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION
COVID-19 Exposure Prevention Preparedness and Response Plan Version2 
Spanish CISC COVID-19 Exposure Prevention Preparedness and Response Plan – Version 2a
ASA_COVID_19_Resource_Guide 
ASA COVID 19 Employer Guide – Things to Consider
COVID 19 Language for Subcontractors to Explore Legal Issues
ASA COVID – 19 Gubernatorial Statement Keeping Construction an Essential Service  
ASA CARES Act Summary
SAMPLE Loan Deferment Request Letter
SAMPLE Rent Abatement Request Letter
Shutdown Letter Templates

ASAC PARTNERS
Risk Management Guide, Responding to the Coronavirus | Compliments of ASAC Partner CCIG
COVID19 Documentation Best Practices | Compliments of ASAC Partner Holmes Murphy & Associates

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE AND INFORMATION

Families First Coronavirus Response Act
Families First Coronavirus Response Act _March302020
Colorado Secretary of State’s Office Enacts Remote Notarization Emergency Rules 
Employer Leave Requirements
Employee Leave Rights
FFCRA Leave FAQ’s 
POSTER: Employee Rights Under FFCRA 
FAQ’s on the DOL Poster
FFCRA Paid Leave Enforcement Guidance

U.S. Department of Labor Issues Regulation for New Paid Leave Programs
Went into effect on Wednesday, April 1, 2020. Click here to view the new paid leave regulation.
IRS Guidance on COVID-19 Tax Credits for Businesses Through Required Paid Leave Programs
The FFCRA provides small and midsize employers refundable tax credits that reimburse them, dollar-for-dollar, for the cost of providing paid sick and family leave wages to their employees for leave related to COVID-19. For a more detailed overview of these tax credits, click here. For basic FAQ’s, click here.
Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act
On March 25, 2020, the Senate passed the $2.2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act unanimously (96-0). The House passed the CARES Act on Friday, March 27, 2020 by a vote of 419-6 and the legislation was immediately signed into law by President Trump. The CARES Act is the third economic stimulus package passed by Congress in response to the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) and its size and scope makes it the largest stimulus package in U.S. History.Click here for a summary of key provisions

Senate Passes Legislation for Additional COVID-19 Funding for Small Businesses
On Tuesday, April 21, 2020,  the Senate passed H.R. 266, the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act, to provide $484 billion in COVID-19 aide small businesses, hospitals and to expand testing.

For a one page summary of the legislation, please click here 
For a section by section summary of the legislation, please click here

OSHA
OSHA Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID 19  

OSHA Updated Guidance on COVID-19 Recordkeeping
On March 23, 2020, the Construction Industry Safety Coalition (CISC) wrote a letter to OSHA expressing its concerns with the Agency’s position on the recordability of COVID-19 cases and the flexibility of respiratory protection. In response to the CISC’s letter, OSHA issued a memo on April 10, 2020, updating its guidance on recording COVID-19 cases as a recordable illness. OSHA WILL NOT ENFORCE their COVID-19 recordkeeping requirements until further notice except where:

To review the CISC’s March 23rd letter to OSHA, click here!To review OSHA’s updated guidance on COVID-19 recordkeeping, click here!

OSHA Enforcement Guidance for Respiratory Protection and the N95 Shortage Due to COVID-19
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued interim enforcement guidance to help combat supply shortages of disposable N95 filtering facepiece respirators (N95 FFRs). The action marks the department’s latest step to ensure the availability of respirators and follows President Donald J. Trump’s Memorandum on Making General Use Respirators Available. Click here to view the guidance.

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