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    SMALL BUSINESS COMPUTING By Amy Babinchak As an IT-services firm that often works directly with our clients, we’ve had to develop policies for safely
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      Check lists are not a bad thing, I really like the idea of a surgery team going thru a check list before they break out the scalpels. But I am also familiar with check off lists from work. Did you have this training? Did you perform the lockout on a machine that has to be running (ha!) ? Some times checklists can just be an onerous task that dulls the mind and ends up giving a cavalier attitude to the workers.
      In this case a check list is a good thing, but if it is not accompanied by a company policy that actually protects workers/workers salaries it is only a cover your youknowwhat for companies.


      Just because you don't know where you are going doesn't mean any road will get you there.
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        Well yes it certainly could be used as cover and really that’s a large  part of list like this to be perfectly honest. The local health department has these new rules and the congress is working to enable OSHA to enforce them, so there’s that. In this form I combined the required items with the reminder equipment check for my staff should they be going onsite.

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      Just  a not-so-subtle reminder that we are NOT discussing the hotly politicized subject of COVID-19. We tried that and the discussion quickly degenerated, to the point that I closed off the topic.

      We’re talking about small computer companies’ response to the pandemic.

      Please keep the discussion focused!

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