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CDC issues Guidance for Critical Infrastructure Workers who may have been Exposed to COVID-19

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued “Interim Guidance for Safety Practices for Critical Infrastructure Workers Who May Have Had Exposure to a Person with Suspected or Confi­rmed COVID-19.” The CDC has issued this guidance to ensure continuity of operations for critical infrastructure sectors during this COVID-19 pandemic. Under the guidance, a person who has been “potentially exposed” is someone who has had contact within 48 hours of a person confirmed or suspected to have COVID-19. These potentially exposed persons should follow the following practices prior to and during their work shift:

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COVID-19 Local Orders: Shelter in Place, Stay at Home, Declarations

Texas Local Government COVID-19 links. Please note several of these orders have been or will be updated as the COVID-19 crisis develops.

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Chemical Industry makes $1M Grant to Harris County for Air Monitoring Enhancements

Over the course of 2019, there have been a number of industry safety incidents that are uncharacteristic for our industry. There have been serious concerns voiced by Harris County as well as community members regarding these incidents and the safety of our operations in the region. In response to these concerns, members of the Texas Chemical Council (TCC), East Harris County Manufacturers Association (EHCMA), and the American Chemistry Council (ACC) initiated a process to identify opportunities to enhance a variety of protocols and processes that support safe operations and strong emergency preparedness and response performance.

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