For City of Worcester Employees Only
The Governor issued plans for a 4 phased opening of Massachusetts. It is designed to be a balance between re-starting the economy while mitigating infection and keeping people safe and healthy. The City will be following with the Governor’s plan for re-opening Worcester.
Our new normal will not look like it did prior to COVID 19 and going back to work will not look the same either. Life and work as we know it has changed for the foreseeable future but it also presents opportunity to create new and more efficient ways of doing business
As the City starts the re-opening of government to the public and employees return to the work site, we must still be vigilant in protecting each other from infection. The following guidelines will help ensure the health and safety of employees and the public and must be followed at all times.
The purpose of this mandatory self-directed training is to ensure the health and safety of every employee while returning to City worksites and re-opening government to the public.
You will be required to self-certify that you have viewed the following:
In addition you will be required to answer a health questionnaire and self-certify that you are healthy enough daily before entering a municipal building.
If you have any questions please call your Safety & Training Officer:
The City through its Telework Policy is providing eligible City employees with a more flexible workplace and the opportunity to work remotely. This option is available to employees within certain departments that can maintain official City business operations while the employee is working from an alternate work location.
The purpose of this policy is to ensure that City Hall is easily accessible to residents and visitors who are conducting business with City Departments during regular business hours (8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.).