TIA Releases Resource for Reopening Procedures

As the nation begins the slow process of getting people back to work during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) has released a resource for our members on re-opening procedures, and questions to consider.
As several State Governors are currently allowing — or planning to allow — for the reopening of businesses, you are probably concerned about the health of your employees and the potential liability of opening your office. There are several challenges that must be addressed in order to provide a safe environment in which employees can work, while at the same time mitigating your risk and restoring operations.
TIA’s Operations Committee began work recently on developing a resource that members can utilize, outlining several questions that companies should consider before returning to work. Issues covered in this resource include:
  • Continued Teleworking Procedures
  • Commuting Policies
  • Cleaning Procedures

Please use this information along with your own personal resources; nobody knows your business like you do. TIA hopes this helps you and your staff stay safe as you begin to re-open. As always, please do not hesitate to reach out if you need any additional information or perspective. This is a very fluid process, and this is a living document that can be constantly updated with the latest information and trends.

We want to thank you for being CDC and state-compliant, as it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic. This has been a tough time for our organization and our industry along with a lot of American businesses. We want to reiterate our support for all of you and for the important role you all have played to ensure that freight continues to move during this pandemic. You are our heroes.
Click HERE to read the document.
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