Get to know our “Guidance for Workforce, Operations, and Customer Service Recovery” 

King County recently released its “Guidance for Workforce, Operations, and Customer Service Recovery” to provide the information and resources so employees can do their work more safely during our COVID-19 response. 

The guide covers topics such as wearing masks and social distancing at work, how the County is disinfecting workplaces and shared resources, what to do if you’ve been exposed to the virus or if you test positive, and what actions the County will take to notify employees who may have been exposed to COVID-19.  

It also provides resources and information for employees who are teleworking, including working from home tips and ergonomics resources and assistance. 

“This guide will be updated as we continue to listen, learn, and adapt to ensure that staff, the public, and volunteers can conduct business more safely,” Chief People Officer Whitney Abrams said when announcing its release. “Additionally, to complement this guide, some operations will require more specific safety measures.” 

If you haven’t already, please take a moment to review the guide to learn more about what the County is doing and what you can do to help all of us do our work more safely during this pandemic.