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Clark County officially granted Phase 2 re-opening status
While the county is moving to Phase 2, is imperative that residential construction leads the way to demonstrate that construction jobsites are safe and sanitary in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
What Does Phase 2 Mean?
Thanks to the efforts of BIA, BIAW, local elected officials, and our members, the governor has agreed to Phase 2 Construction Guidelines.
- All construction is allowed
- Requires Jobsite Hazard Analysis to be performed
- A copy of the COVID-19 Exposure Control, Mitigation, and Recovery Plan must be available on each job site during any construction activities
- Individuals working alone not required to wear PPE
- Workers able to perform tasks with less than 6-foot interaction distance (require higher level of PPE*)
- Temperature and symptom screening can be done at home and reported to the employer
- Jobsite Safety Plan, Phase 1 Safety Requirements, Work to be Performed and Coronavirus Prevention documents no longer required to be posted
- Visitor’s log is no longer required
- Gloves and eye protection at all times is no longer required (eye protection required for tasks under 6’)
- Limit of one trade on-site is no longer required but is highly recommended
- *Review L&I’s “Face Coverings, Masks, and Respirator Choices” to plan for appropriate PPE
- Looking for Phase 2 real estate and mortgage guidance? ⇒ Access
- Looking for Phase 2 office guidance? ⇒ Access
- Watch the Phase 2 Builder Update Webinar
- Watch BIAW’s webinar on complying with Phase 2 Safety Requirements
Need PPE Supplies? Access our resources