Best Business Practices See the North Shore Reopening Plan here. The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) released additional resources that employers can use to promote a safe environment for their employees and customers. These resources include signs to post at businesses and workplaces, as well as guidance for workers, businesses and employers on how to lower the risk of COVID-19 transmission. Physical distancing sign: Click Here Ways you can protect your employees sign: Click Here Click Here to access all of the WI DHS resources and recommendations. WEDC Best Practices and Safety Guidance for Wisconsin Businesses: Click Here Industry specific guideline handbooks: General Guidelines Agriculture Childcare Centers Construction Entertainment/Amusement Gyms and Fitness Centers Hair and Nail Salons Hospitality/Lodging Manufacturing Outdoor Gatherings Outdoor Recreation Professional Services Public Facilities Restaurants Retail Transportation Warehouse/Wholesale Trade DATCP guidance for reopening different community establishments: Reopening Pools & Water Attractions Reopening Lodging Reopening Restaurants Toolkit for Businesses from NSHD: Click Here Guidance from CDC for Businesses and Workplaces: Click Here OSHA Guidance on COVID-19: Click Here Best Practices for Retail Food Stores, Restaurants, and Food Pick-Up/Delivery Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Guidelines from FDA FDA Infographic for Best Practices Business Window Sign: "We are Staying Safe" Cleaning and Disinfecting: As we progress towards our goal of reopening businesses and other public spaces, we must ensure appropriate cleaning and disinfecting practices are in place. Public gathering spaces, workplaces, businesses, schools, and homes should all adopt plans to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19. The CDC released a general framework for creating and maintaining a cleaning and disinfecting plan: website and toolkit. Steps for cleaning and disinfecting: 1. Clean the surface or object with soap and water. 2. Disinfect using an EPA approved disinfectant. 3. If an EPA-approved disinfectant is unavailable, you can use 1/3 cup of bleach added to 1 gallon of water, or 70% alcohol solutions to disinfect. Do not mix bleach or other cleaning and disinfection products together. Find additional information on the CDC's website on cleaning and disinfecting facilities.