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Our local economic development organization, Lenawee Now, is here to help all Lenawee County businesses during this crisis. You can contact them online, via social media, or 517-265-5141.
Employers are required to provide masks for all employees. Employees are required to wear masks indoors when they could potentially come in contact with another person. It is important to understand that individuals can spread the virus without showing symptoms or knowing they are sick.
It is required that you screen all employees at this time. The Lenawee County Health department has created this checklist for you to use for screening your employees prior to starting their work shift. You may use this checklist or you may create your own.
As a business owner, you have the right to refuse service to anyone except protected classes. You may refuse service to someone if they choose not to wear a mask. You may ask them to leave your business. If they refuse to leave your business, you may call law enforcement and ask that they be removed for trespass. Please keep in mind that there are individuals, who for medical reasons are unable to wear a mask. Those individuals should not be denied service.
Not always, each situation is different and the action needed to control the spread of the virus depends on that unique situation. If you have an employee that tests positive for the virus, please contact the Lenawee County Health Department immediately. We will work with you to determine the necessary next steps, including facility cleaning and contact tracing for any exposed staff.
Yes. Resources for ordering PPE supplies are available on our website here, here, and here. If you are still having difficulty sourcing supplies, you can place orders through our printing and purchasing department at 517-264-4562.