COVID-19 Response

As we continue to navigate the challenges presented by COVID-19, and its impact on the Remodeling Industry, we continue to provide you with resources, support, and tools to help you weather these unprecedented times, so you can thrive in the recovery period and years to come.

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Protect Your Home from COVID-19

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

COVID-19 can spread anywhere – even places where you feel safe, like your home. If one person in your household gets COVID-19, it can spread to others in your home. If your household includes one or more people who are more likely to get very sick from COVID-19, then all household members should act as if they are more likely to get very sick. Consider wearing masks in shared spaces around others in your home. In shared spaces, stay about 2 arm lengths apart, wash your hands often using soap and water for at least 20 seconds, and monitor your health daily. 


Learn More about Respiratory Protection and its Role in the COVID-19 Pandemic

A new webinar developed by the Region VI OSHA Training Institute Education Centers offers guidance on the proper implementation of a respiratory protection program and its relationship to the current pandemic. The webinar is intended to raise awareness among both employers and workers about the hazards of COVID-19 and the need and proper use of respiratory protection.

The video is free of charge and is now available! For more information and to register to receive the video link, please click the register button below.


501(c)(6) Organizations Need PPP Access on Inclusive and Equitable Terms

With COVID-19 relief talks at a stalemate in the Senate until after Labor Day, and the House not reconvening until mid-September, critically needed relief is further delayed. While the issue of expanding the PPP continues to hold bipartisan support in both chambers, sticking points in the negotiations are plentiful and include how much money to give state and local governments, how much weekly unemployment benefits should be and whether to appropriate billions of dollars to the US Postal Service, among other major issues.

WHAT CAN WE DO? You can do your part to urge lawmakers to expand the PPP on inclusive, equitable terms and remain vigilant to buttress nonprofit association support in Congress.