CICP, key stakeholders develop safe return to work guidelines for manufacturing, logistics, warehouse sectors

How can Indiana lead the way in achieving the best possible outcomes for our industrial companies during this challenging period, likely lasting well into 2021? As the nation’s most manufacturing-intensive state, with nationally ranked health care systems, America’s largest medical school, and one of the country’s current showcase centers for life sciences innovation in this crisis, Indiana should be uniquely prepared to rise to this challenge.

CICP professional staff, our initiative leaders particularly Mark Howell with Conexus Indiana and Paul Mitchell with Energy Systems Network, our board members and other key stakeholders have been working tirelessly to develop a number of safe return to work guidelines for our industry sectors.

One of the first documents developed is the Safe Return to Work for Indiana’s Manufacturing, Logistics, and Warehouse Sectors: Keeping our Hoosier workers safe so they can restart the state.

This playbook is intended to identify recommendations and best-practices drawn from public health experts and organizations, as well as other officials, to assist Hoosier employers both in continuing to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and in restarting operations.

A special thanks to the leadership of Cummins and the collaboration through the Office of the Governor, the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, the Indiana Department of Labor, and the Department of Workforce Development in the creation of these guidelines.

Download the document here or read it below:

Safe Return to the Workplace for Indiana_CICP April 2020