- Safety and Health Topics
This webpage provides information for workers and employers about the evolving coronavirus pandemic. The information includes links to interim guidance and other resources for preventing exposures to, and infection with, the novel coronavirus—officially named SARS-CoV-2—that causes the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).More
Find the latest OSHA resources related to COVID-19, including:
- Agricultural Worker Safety During COVID-19 Wallet Card (Spanish). (July 23, 2020).
- 9 Steps to Reducing Worker Exposure to COVID-19 in Meat, Poultry, and Pork Processing and Packaging Facilities Poster. (July 8, 2020).
- Public Service Announcements
- Risk to workers in the United States
- Classifying risk of worker exposure to SARS-CoV-2
- How does COVID-19 spread?
- Identifying potential sources of exposure
- What is a coronavirus?
- How is SARS-CoV-2 different from other coronaviruses?
- What are the signs and symptoms of COVID-19?
- What should I do if I think I have been exposed to or infected with SARS-CoV-2?
- How is COVID-19 diagnosed?
- How is COVID-19 treated?
- Am I at high risk for complications from COVID-19?
- When can I return to work after having COVID-19?
OSHA provides guidance and resources for employers and workers on the control and prevention of COVID-19. Some sections of this guidance apply to control and prevention for all workers and employers, while other sections specifically focus on those at at lower risk of exposure and those with increased risk of exposure, including workers involved in:
- Airline operations
- Border protection and transportation security
- Business travelers
- Correctional facility operations
- Emergency response and public safety
- Environmental (i.e., janitorial) services
- In-home repair services
- Meat and poultry processing*
- Oil and gas operations
- Postmortem care
- Retail operations
- Seafood processing*†
- Solid waste and wastewater management
*Developed in partnership with CDC; †Developed in consultation with the U.S. Food and Drug AdministrationMore