Public Safety & Security Teams Are Adapting to Unprecedented Change

Return to Work: An Exhaustive Compilation of Policies & Procedures

In an effort to make it simpler to review the existing work being done around the globe to reopen workplaces, we reviewed public return to work guides and used a Trello board to categorize policies and procedures into 20 lists.

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  • Data & Surveillance
  • Planning
  • Policies
  • Legal
  • Communication & Training
  • Work From Home/When to Re-open
  • Screening & Testing
  • Tracking, Reporting, & Privacy
  • Contact Tracing
  • Sanitation, Hygiene, & PPE
  • Social distancing
  • Travel & Commuting
  • Physical Security
  • Facilities
  • Space Planning, Layout, & Design
  • Meetings
  • Scheduling
  • Signage
  • Visitors, Vendors, Shipping & Receiving
  • Common Areas, Kitchens, Bathrooms

We collected ideas from around the Internet on what the workplace will be like once we return.

Resources & Guides

Tech:NYC COVID-19 resource guide

A living document compiling information on government support  and how New York companies are responding to the pandemic. New York focused but still broadly applicable.

Back to Work Toolkit

A joint project led by Madrona alongside the Seattle Venture Community, Leading Tech, Retail and Aerospace Companies in the Region and the Seattle Metropolitan and Bellevue Chambers of Commerce.

Recovery Readiness: A How-to Guide For Reopening Your Workplace

Cushman & Wakefield assembled this comprehensive guide to some of the best thinking and practices that more than 53,000 professionals have compiled across the globe, including insights from key partners.

911 Dispatch Data: An Overlooked Source of Medical Intelligence

A hallmark of the current pandemic is the overwhelming volume of real-time data. It’s easy to be overwhelmed by the stream of dashboards, testing counts, reopening metrics, and excessive death estimates.

Hospital and testing records are the current best, near-real-time datasets available to decision-makers. However, there is another overlooked, front-line dataset that can provide rapid, accurate measure of infection: 911 dispatch data.

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