In an effort to support those that have been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak, the Great Plains TMC has gathered information from resources on procedures and guidelines for rebuilding, recovering and returning to work. The information provided below is based off of recommendations by the CDC, OSHA, KDHE and other resources. The Great Plains TMC is not responsible for the results that relate to your reopening decisions. Please work with your COVID-19 response team to determine the best procedures for your company.
Monitor your finances by keeping track of what revenue comes in and what expenses go out. This will help you keep track of how long your cash will last.
Although businesses want to do more than break even, it is important to know what sales are needed to survive the pandemic.
Reach out to your suppliers to modify payment terms and delay shipments and supplies unless they are essential for running the business. Find out what their new guidelines are.
Stay in touch with your accountants, insurance providers, lawyers and bankers as they can help walk you through any challenges with your business.
Cut or reduce expenses that are not essential for running your business to help save on cash and other funds. Take advantage of your full terms.
Apply for any local, state or federal funding that you are eligible for to keep your business running.
It is important to keep all staff and employees of the facility safe and healthy during this pandemic. Utilize the safety guidelines below to ensure safe protocols.
How to put on PPE:
How to take off PPE:
Please seek medical attention if you have experienced the following symptoms:
Identify and isolate the area and people exposed
Inform employees and provide instruction
Answer these questions to help determine if your reopening plan will be sufficient in keeping everyone safe and healthy.
COVID-19 has impacted the supply chains in all industries throughout the world. To avoid any future disruptions for your company, it is critical to create a plan so that you can be prepared and act accordingly to keep your company operating. View these areas to adapt, revise and plan ahead for the future.
If the supply chain is impacted already...
If there are possibilities of disruptions in your supply chain...
Prepare for the next disruption by...
Other ideas to consider include...
Supply Chain Resources:
Many companies have had to make the shift to remote working to abide by social distancing and safety guidelines. As many businesses can't have customers in their physical location yet, a pivot into a new focus has to occur to keep the business on top. Discover ways that you can expand your business remotely.
Remote Working Resource: McKinsey & Company