COVID-19

Cal-OSHA Guidance for Ag, Updated Surface Sanitizers List and Additional Resources

Cal-OSHA Guidance for Ag, Updated Surface Sanitizers List and Additional Resources

Cal-OSHA Guidance for Ag

OSHA has issued the following guidance documents on COVID-19 for Ag operations. This document can serve as a good checklist for your operations. 

Updated Surface Sanitizer List

CRC Industry Affairs Manager Roberta Firoved has updated the list to further refine materials available in California. The company list previous sent remains the same.

UC Davis Western Center for Agricultural Health and Safety

Another good source for COVID-19 resources is the UC Davis Western Center for Agricultural Health and Safety for documents in both English and Spanish. Information for growers, employers as well as farmworkers is provided. The issue of wearing a respirator is also addressed.

COVID-19 Information for Rice in One Spot

We have consolidated all of the e-Coms we have been sending on the Calricenews.org website under the COVID-19 tab. All future posts will go under the same topic heading. 

Document Links:

Cal-OSHA Infection Prevention in Ag

CA List of Approved Surface Disinfectants by Type 04-03-20

CA List of Approved Surface Disinfectants by Company 04-03-20

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