All guidelines for Covid-19 (Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2) preparedness come from the Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention (CDC), The World Health Organization (WHO), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and local health organizations- for our headquarters, it’s the Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD).
No, each policy is unique to the company we partner. We realize that all businesses do not function the same. All schools are different as well, based on a number of different factors. Because of this, our staff tailors your policy to your unique business.
This is a partnership. As such, you will need to confidentially disclose pertinent information to us. That information will be used to assess your current policies, and make determinations and suggestions based on aforementioned guidelines and utilizing our expertise.
Published guidelines, as well as Covid-19 itself, are constantly evolving. While neither we, CDC nor anyone else can guarantee that any individual will or will not contract the virus, we can continue to provide you with up-to-date, internationally accepted guidelines for diminishing the spread. We can support your defense against the virus and help you demonstrate maximum effort to adhere to current, scientifically recognized pandemic guidelines. The passion behind ABA is helping businesses and schools make well-informed decisions that will reduce the impact of this ravaging virus on our society. As such, we will continually update and provide recommendations that have been demonstrated to diminish the spread, but unfortunately not eradicate, COVID-19.
ABA works to mitigate the ever growing ramifications of viral infections & global warming on our economic environment in the face of a new business normal.
ABA seeks to fortify your business against the damaging economical & psychological effects of Covid-19 & the threat of future pandemics
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