Resources: Signs for the Workplace

Covid-19: Signs to print for the workplace

The CDC has created a series of signs – in multiple languages – for your workplace. Click here to see fact sheets with information in a wide variety of languages, including:

English, Spanish, French, Simplified Chinese, Arabic, Dari, Farsi, Russian, Swahili, Ukrainian, Vietnamese, Amharic, Nepali, Haitian Creole, Pashto, Somali, Tigryna, Burmese

Some are simple pictures of proper hand washing technique, others topics include “What to do if you are sick” and “Stop the spread of germs”.

Print them out and post them today.

Resource: Health & Safety

In response to the current COVID-19 outbreak, the Georgia Tech OSHA Consultation program is partnering with the Georgia Manufacturing Extension Program to provide free, virtual meetings with Georgia manufacturers to discuss strategies and plans for creating and implementing an Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response Plans.

The Georgia Tech OSHA Consultation program is staffed with safety and health professionals, with training in pandemic preparedness and backgrounds in public health. We are committed to ensuring that manufacturing businesses in the state of Georgia get the assistance they need during this difficult time.

Each meeting will cover how to develop an Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response Plan, strategies for business continuity, guidance on effective disinfection strategies for manufacturing plants, and recommended resources. To request an online meeting, please fill out the following form: You can also visit their website to connect with the team.

Resource: The Small Business Administration for Local Assistance

The Small Business Administration for Local Assistance

At the MBDA Manufacturing Center, we do everything we can to help MBEs thrive and flourish. We value the partners who also help our clients, like the Small Business Administration.

SBA works with a number of local partners to counsel, mentor, and train small businesses. The SBA has 68 District Offices, as well as support provided by its Resource Partners, such as SCORE offices, Women’s Business Centers, Small Business Development Centers and Veterans Business Outreach Centers. When faced with a business need, use the SBA’s Local Assistance Directory to locate the office nearest you.