Complying with New York State’s Phased Reopening of Businesses
Seth Piccirillo, Senior Manager of Economic Development, provides a step-by-step guide for affirming your business’s understanding of New York State’s Interim COVID-19 Guidance and completion of a business safety plan.
Western New York businesses are re-opening in phases, in accordance with New York State’s industry specific interim safety guidance. The Buffalo Niagara Partnership is committed to helping regional employers safely navigate the state’s process and clearly communicating safety protocols to their employees and customers.
Every business, whether it is essential or subject to a phased re-opening, must affirm its understanding of New York State’s industry specific interim safety guidelines and complete a Business Safety Plan. Our step by step video will help businesses access all applicable information from New York State and execute the critical next steps.
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Keep Buffalo Niagara Working – A Guide to Reopening Your Business
The Partnership has created your one source to access the latest information, guidelines, and resources to find answers to your questions and recommendations for taking on the challenges you face in reopening. Keep Buffalo Niagara Working brings together connections to CDC guidelines, New York state specific requirements and other leading sources, as well as unique insights and best practices from Partnership members. Download it HERE.
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership is committed to providing employers with the latest information and resources to help you deal with COVID-19 and its impact on our community, state and nation. Visit our Events and Resource pages as they are updated regularly to provide you with the most current information.
Have additional business questions? We’ve got answers through the BNP Business Link, our new rapid response portal. Get connected to our team of subject matter experts, supported by expert member companies ready to confidentially answer your pressing business concerns.