COVID-19 State and Local Updates
It is also Required for high-risk businesses (PDF) and recommended for all others: employers must screen each incoming employee with a basic questionnaire (PDF). Division of Public Health Essential Services Screening Policy (PDF). Find the Recovery Phases here.
District of Columbia
No requirements for a formal written policy. However, DC provides recommended “Before you Open” guidance
No requirements for a formal written policy. However, does have requirements for how open businesses should safely operate.
No requirements for a formal written policy. However, it is required for businesses to implement these procedures.
No requirements for a formal written policy. However, there is a list of best practices businesses that are urged to be implemented before/ during reopening.
Requires that businesses put protocols in place to ensure responsible and safe re-opening. There are protocols for each of the 3 reopening Stages.
No requirements for a formal written policy. However, there is Industry specific toolkits and guidance.
It is Recommended for specified employers to make temperature checks available for employees and encourage their use.
No requirements for a formal written policy. However, there are Suggested guidelines for Manufacturing & Industry.
It is Required for Reopening businesses to conduct employee health screenings.
No requirements for a formal written policy. A testing plan, among other requirements must be in place before re-opening.
All businesses must comply with the directives outlined by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services in order to re-open.
It is Required That all businesses, including those that were permitted to remain open, require employees to undergo daily temperature checks.
Marcia Kinter is the Vice President, Government & Regulatory Affairs at PRINTING United Alliance. Ms. Kinter oversees the development of resources for the Association addressing environmental, safety & health, and sustainability issues. She represents the printing industry, as well as their associated supplier base, before federal and state regulatory agencies on environmental, safety and other government issues directly impacting the printing industry.
In 2008, Kinter, in conjunction with colleagues from other printing trade associations, was instrumental in launching the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership program. The SGP Program is a registry system for printing facilities that includes third party verification. The program successfully launched as an independent organization in August 2008.
Kinter is a member of and serves as Secretary for the Academy of Screen Printing Technology. In 2001, Kinter received the William D. Schaeffer Environmental Award for significant advancement of environmental awareness in the graphic arts industry.
Before joining PRINTING United Alliance, Kinter worked for The American Waterways Operators, Inc., the national association for the barge and towing industry.
She holds bachelor’s degree in urban planning from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a master’s degree in public administration from George Mason University.