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  • 1. To continue to protect the health and safety of our work force and by extension their families as employees return to work on campus, and
  • 2. To implement the Mandatory Health and Safety Requirements for all Business, Nonprofits & Governmental Operations as required by the Vermont Department of Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Guidelines, Vermont Occupational Safety and Health Administration (VOSHA) and The Vermont Agency for Commerce and Community Development. Using the measures provided by these agencies, the University will strive to protect the health of our employees. This program will document the measures we use to comply with the provided guidelines.

Download Return to Work and Exposure Control Plan (2MB)

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