New Workplace Infectious Disease Control Training Video

Employee Safety Should Be A Priority

While there are no standards currently written specifically for the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, that causes Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), OSHA has outlined that certain regulations could be used to help prevent the spread of the virus. These standards include Bloodborne Pathogens, Personal Protective Equipment, Respiratory Protection, and the General Duty Clause. 

Below are some of our recommended training materials for businesses looking to return to work or continue working during this pandemic. Along with our standard training kits, we have developed several new posters to help your employees understand the important steps that they must take to keep your workplace safe during the coronavirus outbreak. We are also in the process of completely a pandemic training kit that will soon be available. Please sign up for our newsletter in the form above if you would like to be informed when the new pandemic training video kit is available for shipping and digital access.


A man learning workplace safety from home using an Online LMS Training Course

Online Training

Safety Training shouldn't take a back seat to comply with social distancing ordinances. Our online training can help keep your employees training up-to-date. It also has the added benefit of seeing who completed training.

Workplace Infectious Disease Control

To reduce the impact of pandemics such as COVID-19 on businesses, workers, customers, and the public, it is vital to prepare and plan as far in advance as possible of potentially worsening outbreak conditions.

Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19

This publication is designed to guide employers on reducing the risks of exposure for employees, customers, and the public.

Respiratory Safety

Respirators protect the user by the removal of contaminants from the air. Properly training employees how to wear and use a respirator can help prevent spreading the Coronavirus

Hazard Communication

Disinfecting has become more prevalent to help prevent spread of the virus. Make sure your employees are trained on safe use of chemicals and what to do in case of an incident.

Personal Protective Equipment

29 CFR 1910 Subpart I require the use of gloves, eye and face protection and respirator use when job hazards require it. The proper PPE and training can help keep employees safe in their workplace.

Bloodborne Pathogens

COVID-19 is not a bloodborne pathogen but many of the provisions outlined in the standard may help control some sources of the virus including exposure to body fluids such as respiratory secretions.


How to wash hands properly

Wash Your Hands

Our newest hand washing poster will remind your employees of the proper way to wash their hands to avoid the transmission of infectious diseases like Coronavirus.

5 ways to prevent spreading COVID-19

Do The 5

National Safety Compliance's "Do The 5" poster highlights the 5 most important precautions to take during coronavirus.

8 Questions

Our "8 Questions" poster features the top 8 questions your employees might ask or be afraid to ask about COVID-19.

COVID-19 Coronavirus Safety

What You Need To Know

Our "What You Need To Know" poster is our most robust coronavirus safety information poster.

Cover Your Cough

Cover Your Cough/Clean Your Hands

Our Cover Your Cough and Clean Your Hands poster will help remind employees not to cough or sneeze into the air or directly into their hands.

Protect Yourself/Protect Others

This poster outlines 7 ways your employees can help protect themselves and others through simple tasks

What's The Difference?

Help your employees understand the difference between social distancing, isolation, and quarantine.

Stay Informed on COVID-19 Employee Safety

Measures for protecting workers from exposure to, and infection with, SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), depend on the type of work being performed and exposure risk, including potential for interaction with people with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 and contamination of the work environment. Employers should adapt infection control strategies based on a thorough hazard assessment, using appropriate combinations of engineering and administrative controls, safe work practices, and personal protective equipment (PPE) to prevent worker exposures.

While OSHA does not have any one standard to deal with COVID-19, many of the standards can be used to help prevent the spread of the disease and keep employees safe. We will continue to do everything that we can to support your business during these difficult times and provide you with the latest COVID-19 safety information, training, and additional resources. To stay current, please sign up to for our newsletter and watch our news section for updates. You can also follow us on Facebook or LinkedIn.

It is up the employer to take the necessary precautions and create those safe work places. If you have any questions, please feel free to message us on our chat or call us at 1-877-922-7233