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Below you will find up-to-date resources and information on the COVID-19 pandemic. Additional information is being continually posted to our social media channels. 

Message from the Chamber

The Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce understands that local businesses are dealing with so much uncertainty and navigating through an unknown landscape that presents a multitude of economic challenges," said Tim Daman, president and CEO, LRCC. "We want local businesses to know that we're committed to working with our state and federal leaders to identify solutions that will assist businesses during this challenging economic time. Now, more than ever, it's important to find ways to stay connected and support each other. We're here for our members and the Lansing region, and we'll remain steadfast in being a source of information and resources for local businesses as well as their biggest advocate during this time.

This section is focused on providing resources for reopening your business best practices and updates from our region, state, nation and world.

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MI Safe Start | Governor Whitmer

State-by-State Business Reopening Guidance

Guidance for Employers – U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Workplace Tips – U.S. Chamber of Commerce

CDC Resources for Businesses and Employers

Cleaning and Disinfecting Your Facility

Prepare your Small Business and Employees for the Effects of COVID-19

Implementing Safety Practices for Critical Infrastructure Workers

OSHA: Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19

OSHA’s Response to Workplace Safety and Coronavirus Exposure

COVID-19 Communications Toolkit

Ingham County Health Department: Workplace Checklist

Ingham County Health Department: Workplace Health Screening

Manufacturing Industry:

Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity: Return to work guidance for manufacturing

Construction Industry:

Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity: Return to work guidance for construction


Note: Please be advised that we strongly recommend that before implementing any of the resources in the ‘Reopening Business Resources’ section contained herein you carefully evaluate, and consult with outside legal counsel as appropriate, the legality, applicability and potential efficacy of this information in your place of business.  Please also note that this is a “living” resource page that may be updated at any time by Chamber staff given the fluidity of this situation.

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